PUBLIC INVITATION for investors indicative (non-binding) offer for participation in restructuring plan of Đuro Đaković Group Plc. by increase of capital

Based on the Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d. Management’s decision on the Public Invitation for Indicative Bidding and with the prior consent of the Company Supervisory Board, on 12 June 2020 the Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d. has made a

PUBLIC INVITATION

for investors to make an indicative (non-binding) offer for participation in the restructuring plan of Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d. by capital increase.

Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d. is one of the largest industrial groups in the metalworking industry in the region. Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d., as a mother company, holds a majority of shares in its four subsidiaries. They manufacture armoured fighting vehicles and wagons and are specialised in the construction of plants and buildings according to the EPC model, as well as the turnkey model. They also provide the overhaul of rolling stock components and services in the field of energy.

The Public Invitation may be downloaded here.

Please send the Letter of Intent no later than 13 July 2020, 12.00 PM to the Company’s official address:

Đuro Đaković Grupa d.d.
Mile Budaka 1
35 000 Slavonski Brod


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