Internal reorganisation of Envesta holding in Globaltrans completed

Globaltrans Investment PLC (the “Company” and together with its consolidated subsidiaries “Globaltrans” or the “Group”; LSE ticker GLTR) has been notified that the internal reorganisation of Envesta Investments Ltd (“EIL”), an 8.8% shareholder of Globaltrans, has been completed. As a result of this reorganisation, announced on 3 September 2013, the two beneficial owners of EIL (Sergey Maltsev, Group’s CEO, Executive Director and Alexander Eliseev, Non-Executive Director) now beneficially own their stakes in Globaltrans directly through separate entities controlled by each of them:

  • Sergey Maltsev beneficially owns a 4.5% stake in Globaltrans through Goldriver Resources Ltd;
  • Alexander Eliseev beneficially owns a 6.3%[1] stake in Globaltrans through Litten Investments Ltd.

This internal restructuring of EIL has not resulted in any change in the aggregate number of shares/GDRs beneficially owned by each of the above two Directors.

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[1] Including 2.0% historically beneficially owned through Litten Investments Ltd.