Porobija & Spoljaric has advised Croatian tourism company Mon Perin on listing its shares on the Zagreb Stock Exchange.
Mon Perin, based in the Istrian town of Bale, has been operating since 2005. According to Porobija & Spoljaric, Mon Perin “was founded by more than 700 people – residents of Bale and friends of Bale, or those who wanted to participate in the project. The company expects to launch a new, demanding, and dynamic development phase in the coming period, which includes an investment cycle of HRK 300 million from 2022 to 2026, with the first phase worth HRK 56 million starting this winter.”
The listing agreement was signed by President of the Management Board of the Zagreb Stock Exchange Ivana Gazic and the President of the Management Board of Mon Perin Massimo Piutti, who, according to Porobija & Spoljaric, “pointed out that the total share capital of the company amounted to HRK 106.7 million, divided into 10,67 million shares of HRK 10 nominal value each.”
The Porobija & Spoljaric team was led by Managing Partner Marko Porobija and included Partner Suzana Cesarec Noethig and Associate Marko Djuric.