Nairobi Business Ventures to Acquire 4 Kenyan Firms for Up to KSh3 bn

Nairobi Business Ventures Limited (NBV), a shoe and leather accessories retailer, has completed the acquisition of 100 per cent in four businesses in Kenya.

L-R:NSE CEO Geoffrey Odundo NBV Chairman Haresh Soni, NSE Chairman Kiprono Kittony and ABC Group Managing Director Shamaz Savani at NBV's bell ringing ceremony. NBV listed an additional 415 million shares on the NSE. PHOTO: NSE

Shoe and leather accessories retailer, Nairobi Business Ventures Limited (NBV), has announced plans to acquire four businesses in Kenya, a deal that could be worth up to KSh3 billion. 

Through a public notice,  the retailer intends to purchase 100 per cent ownership in Delta Automobile, a leading heavy commercial vehicle maintenance company; Air Direct, an aviation company; and Aviation Management Solution Limited.

It also intends to purchase an 11.33 hectares parcel of land in Machakos County to be used to set up a cement manufacturing facility. 

ABC Capital is the transaction advisor for the deal and MW & Company advocates as the legal advisor.

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Delta International FZE, an infrastructural and industrial conglomerate acquired an 84 per cent majority stake at Nairobi Business Ventures (NBV) for KSh83 million.

NBV plans to focus on manufacturing, importing, and selling raw materials used by cement and steel processors and other companies in the infrastructure sector.

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