The first question about the future of troubled German energy company Uniper is what will happen to the billions of euros in shareholder loans its Finnish parent company gave it earlier this year, says Teemu Salonen, fund manager at OP to Kauppalehti.
Uniper, which is Germany’s largest gas importer, is a subsidiary of Fortum, Finland’s biggest energy company, which owns 56% of the firm. OP is one of the largest shareholders in Fortum, a group which also includes the Prime Minister’s Office and several major institutional investors such as Varma, Ilmarinen, Elo, Danske Invest, Nordea, Veritas and Mandatum.
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