Softbank fund to commit in Polish on the web shoe shop eobuwie

The brand of SoftBank Group Corp is exhibited at SoftBank World 2017 conference in Tokyo, Japan, July 20, 2017. REUTERS/Issei Kato/File Photograph

July 5 (Reuters) – Softbank will commit 500 million zlotys ($130 million) in the Polish on the web shoe store eobuwie in advance of its prepared preliminary community giving (IPO), its the greater part shareholder retailer CCC (CCCP.WA) stated on Saturday.

“The deal will make sure the appropriate amount of funding of’s company approach, enabling its expansion to be speeded up the company’s fundamentals to be strengthened,” CCC reported.

It will also bolster the possession composition of, preceding its IPO, which is prepared in the next 12-24 months, CCC included.

SoftBank Eyesight Fund 2, part of Softbank group, will acquire eobuwie bonds, convertible into shares.

The bonds will immediately be converted into eobuwie shares in the celebration of its IPO or a “related” transaction, CCC reported. The fund can also exercising the conversion at a set fairness valuation of 6 billion zlotys of eobuwie.

CCC, Poland’s greatest shoe retailer, has seen brick-and-mortar revenue slide due to the pandemic and commenced to look for a minority investor for eobuwie past calendar year as it tried to boost on the net revenue.

Before this calendar year, it offered a 20% stake in eobuwie to media and telecoms agency Cyfrowy Polsat (CPS.WA) and A&R Investments Ltd for 1 billion zlotys.

($1 = 3.8058 zlotys)

Reporting by Anna Pruchnicka Editing by Kevin Liffey

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