Quoting publicly disclosed information, Telekritika reports that it took place at the end of November 2018 and saw the Australian company Warana Capital Pty Ltd and Cayman Islands-registered OL Group secure stakes of 5.6% and 8.4% respectively.
At the same time, Cayman Islands-registered Eton Park and Elq Investors ll Ltd, previously called Goldman Sachs, sold their respective shares of 5.9% and 8.4%.
Warana Capital Pty Ltd is reported to be a subsidiary of Warana Capital LLC (New York), founded and headed by Tim Ivers.
Despite this change, Volia still lists Providence Equity Partners as its main (34.92%) shareholder, with the next largest share (15.3%) being held by Contrak Investments, jointly owned by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development – EBRD (20%) and SigmaBleyzer (80%).
Braeside Investment, the third largest shareholder (11.68%), is also (37.39%) backed by the EBRD (37.39%).