The Bank of America corporation has entered into the capital of eDreams Odigeo, an online travel agency, with 6.64% of the capital, as registered with the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV). This 6.64% is divided into 2.56% in voting rights attributed to shares and 4.07% in voting rights through financial instruments.
This measure is given after the fund in December At the end of 2022, likewise, the American multinational Morgan Stanley and the British group Barclays also entered this listed company with 10.03% and 6.52% of the capital, respectively.
Twelve years after eDreams, Odigeo was left without its second largest shareholder in December. The Ardian fund notified the National Stock Market Commission (CNMV) of its departure from the company after placing 15.6% of the shares among institutional investors.
As a result of this sale, the two members of the board of directors of the company appointed by Ardian, Lise Fauconnier and Daniel Setton, resigned as proprietary directors. “Ardian’s decision to leave is due to legal obligations linked to the expiration of the corresponding fund,” the tourism group explained.