Russia's Proxima withdraws from JKX's shareholders
Russia's Proxima Capital Group has withdrawn from the shareholders of the oil and gas company JKX Oil & Gas Plc, according to the website of the London Stock Exchange.
Previously, Proxima owned 19.97% of the company's shares, this package was sold to Vitaliy Khomutynnik's Cascade Investment Fund (the Cayman Islands).
As reported, the largest shareholders of JKX are also Eclairs Group of Ihor Kolomoisky and Hennadiy Boholiubov with 27.47%, Keyhall Holding with 11.42%, Neptune Invest & Finance Corp with 12.95%, and Interneft Ltd with 6.6%.
In Ukraine, the JKX group owns JV Poltava Petroleum Company.