Uralkali is a basic materials company based in Russia. It is the world's largest potash miner.
Chengdong Investment Corporation, a unit of the China Investment Corporation, purchased convertible bonds in Wadge Holdings in November 2012. The bonds can be converted to Uralkali shares starting in 2014 and could convert to a 12.5% equity stake in the miner. The CIC paid roughly $2.5 billion. VTB Capital also purchased convertible bonds at the same time.
The Government Pension Fund of Norway held a 0.35% stake in the company as of December 31, 2009. The stake is valued at $30,153,040.
|December 31, 2009||0.35%||0.34%||$30,153,040|