Open Joint Stock Company "Torgoviy Dom "KOPEYKA" is the member of the Group of companies X5 Retail Group N.V. ...
Open Joint Stock Company "Torgoviy Dom "KOPEYKA" is the member of the Group of companies X5 Retail Group N.V.
X5 Retail Group N.V. (LSE: FIVE, Moody's - "B2", S&P - "B+") is Russia's largest retailer in terms of sales. The Company was created as a result of a merger between Pyaterochka (soft discounter chain) and Perekrestok (supermarket chain) on 18 May 2006. In June 2008, X5 acquired Karusel hypermarket chain and substantially strengthened its position in the hypermarket format.
As at 30 June 2011, X5 had 2,683 Company-managed stores located in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other regions of European Russia, Urals and Ukraine, including 1,606 soft discount stores, 306 supermarkets, 70 hypermarkets, 54 convenience stores and 647 acquired Kopeyka stores (including 315 stores rebranded as Pyaterochka and one as Perekrestok).
As at 30 June 2011, X5’s franchisees operated 705 stores across Russia.
For the full year 2010, net sales totaled USD 11,280 mln, EBITDA reached USD 844 mln, and net profit amounted to USD 271 mln. For the first half 2011, net sales totaled USD 7,867 mln, EBITDA reached USD 566 mln and net profit amounted to USD 170 mln.
X5 Shareholder structure is as follows: Alfa Group – 47.86%, founders of Pyaterochka – 19.85%, X5 Management and/or Supervisory Board members – 0.02%, treasury shares – 0.11%, free float – 32.16%.
|2012-07-16||Kopeyka sets coupons 9-12 on Series BO-01 bonds|
|2011-07-07||2 bond issues of Kopeyka moved to Quotation List B|
|2010-12-07||Russian Grocers X5 And Kopeyka Placed On CreditWatch On X5's Acquisition Of Kopeyka|
|2010-10-06||Demand for Series BO-03 exchange bonds of Kopeyka exceeds supply 1.67 times|
|2010-10-06||Kopeyka sells Series BO-02 exchange bonds|