Latest news on the troubled Spanish seafood firm
Workers postpone action to restart negotiations.
France will be a big focus for Nueva Pescanova in its strategic plan 2020.
The move is seen as 'imperative' after recent changes in Old Pescanova's ownership.
The company will accept proposals up to Feb. 24.
The company formally green-lights the capital increase that will help a debt reduction of €300 to €400 million.
The fund becomes the first shareholder of the firm.
All the main claims were dismissed.
The company previously said it would be ready to submit all the necessary information to the CNMV by the year-end.
The company will finally relaunch after years of restructuring.
If approved, old Pescanova's participation in Nueva Pescanova will go from 20% to 2%.
Company demanding compensation for alleged advantages in the merger and segregation agreements.
In his first major interview with the international press, Ignacio Gonzalez talks with IntraFish about the company's strategy after years of uncertainty.
Minority shareholders of Nueva Pescanova claim a capital increase would dilute their participation in the company.
As of the end of August the company's net worth is €5,827.
Minority shareholders asked to support the board's proposal to add three new directors.
Both additions will take over their new roles immediately.
Decision expected soon on whether or not group can resume trading on the Spanish Stock Exchange.
The date of the hearing may be set for the start of 2017.
The firm is proposing an alternative board configuration of the old company.
Minority shareholders filed a lawsuit claiming the board is paying 'a favor' by giving Carlos Sanz a seat.