CARS’s shareholder still owes two creditors
JAKARTA – PT Ahabe Niaga Selaras (ANS), one of the shareholders of PT Industri dan Perdagangan Bintraco Dharma Tbk (CARS), still owe a debt of IDR 8.21 billion to its creditors, Anggraeni Chandra and Erwin Setia Budi Djaja.
Marcel Tunggamoro Putra, Chief Operating Officer (COF) of Ahabe Niaga Selaras, claimed that his company awaits potential investors to take over CARS’s shares from ANS. “Our steps that were taken regarding the settlement of Suspension of Debt Payment (PKPU) include communicating with the creditors and their counsels and engaging with legal counsels to facilitate the PKPU processes,” he further explained in the information disclosre, quoted today (22/10).
According to Putra, the debt to the creditor still remained IDR 8.21 billion after installing a payment on October 15, 2021, of IDR 1.36 billion out of the total debt of IDR 9.5 billion. The debt is a stock repo with an annual interest rate of 12% and a guarantee in the form of CARS’s shares. The debt was allocated to ANS’s operational activities.
ANS’s creditors were known to have submitted a winding-up petition to Semarang Commercial Court on October 11, 2021, under case No.38/Pdt.Sus-PKPU/2021/PN Smg. The first judicial summon in Semarang Commercial Court occurred on October 19, 2021.
As of September 2021, CARS’s shares reach 15 million units, 0% of which belongs to ANS, BNYM s/a Weiser of 9.33%, PT Trimegah Sekuritas17.85%, PT Merapi Agung 11.97%, and public investors 60.85%. (LK/ZH)