Shareholders of CJSC Trading House Tsentrobuv, the largest Russian shoe retailer, plan at an extraordinary meeting on May 23 to consider issues related to raising two loans from Sberbank and Gazprombank for a total amount of 7 billion rubles, follows from the materials of the company. The date of compilation of the list of persons entitled to participate in the meeting is May 23.
In particular, at the same time, it is planned to consider issues of approving the conclusion of an agreement with Sberbank on opening a non-revolving credit line in the amount of 5 billion rubles, as well as on approving the conclusion of an agreement with Gazprombank on opening a revolving credit line with a debt limit of 2 billion rubles.
Currently, Tsentrobuv is developing two formats of chains - the traditional one under the Tsentrobuv brand and the fast fashion chain under the Centro brand.
At the end of 2011, the network included about 800 stores. The company's turnover in 2011 exceeded $ 1 billion, writes retailer.ru.