Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Czech markets  |  April 04, 2013 09:48:04

Bulgarian Prosecution proposes to initiate criminal proceedings with ČEZ


Bulgarian Prosecution proposes to initiate criminal proceedings by CEZ. The main reason is procurement. CEZ says that proceeds according to Bulgarian and EU laws. CEZ also saves Antitrust Authority and the Energy Regulatory Office, which alone has the right to withdraw the company's license to operate the power grid. Another meeting is planned energy regulator 15th and 16 April. We do not expect CEZ was revoked license, however, we can expect a fine. The report was published during trading yesterday, shares of CEZ fell by 2.9% to CZK 580.

The situation in Bulgaria for CEZ more complicated and likely worst-case scenario (ie loss of 1.8% of consolidated EBITDA and / or write-off of from 16.3 CZK / sharebook value of Bulgarian distribution dceřinky) grows. Energy regulator will have hearings on the possible withdrawal of the license for the distribution of electricity, CEZ 16th April.

Criminal proceedings against the very same time the regulator threatens its independence. ShareCEZ has already reacted yesterday 2.9% decline and to set off such a large part of the potential loss.

Petr Bartek

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