EPM reports that has transmitted the Country Code survey for 2015. (See annex)
It was established in Panama EV Alianza Energética S.A. to develop, install, finance, operate and maintain energy efficiency projects in Latin America with a capital of USD85.000, of which EPM Latam S.A. (EPM Group subsidiary) will hold 51%.
Clarifications regarding statements made by the Mayor of Medellin on January 26, 2016, with respect to regulatory caps in the electricity sector. (See annex )
EPM Board of Directors recommends to the Municipal Administration, submit the draft agreement to the City Council of Medellin, to authorize the sale of the shares that the company has ISAGEN.
By Decree 0137 of January 21, 2016, the Mayor of Medellin appoints board members. (See annex )
For the second time EPM wins silver award in "The Sustainability Yearbook 2016. (See annex )
Through Resolution No. 2015-RES-8979, the Chief Executive Officer of EPM appointed the Corporate Governance Head as EPM’s Compliance Officer before the Superintendence of Finance.
Public deed No. 4934 of 12/23/2015 formalizing the merger between Aguas de Urabá E.S.P. and Regional de Occidente E.S.P. was filed with the Medellín Chamber of Commerce.
As of today the engineer Jorge Londoño De la Cuesta took over as new CEO of EPM and EPM Group leader (See annex )
Upon taking office, the Mayor of Medellín, Mr. Federico Gutiérrez Zuluaga, will be the chairman of the Board of Directors of Empresas Públicas de Medellín E.S.P., in accordance with current legislation.
Evolution of the incident registered in Guatapé’s hydroelectric power plant. See annex
EPM reports about the incident that took place on February 15 at Guatapé’s hydroelectric power plant. See annex
EPM has asked the Ministry of Labor to summon an Arbitral Tribunal so that it analyzes and issue a decision on the collective labor dispute promoted by the SINTRASERTIC Union Organization.
EPM has given its opinion with regard to a media publication about the request to IADB of a $50 million credit. See annex
Guatapé’s power plant has temporarily discontinued operations due to a technical incident with power cables —operation recovery is under work at the Station.
Medellin’s Mayor has lodged the Project of Agreement seeking the approval of the Municipal Council of EPM (Empresas Públicas de Medellín) shareholding sales at ISAGEN.
EPM's Board of Directors approved the management report and financial statements of EPM parent company and EPM Group as of December 2015 as well as the establishment of reserves from the results of 2015 and the declaration of dividends from reserves of past years
The Board of Directors of EPM approved modification of budget for 2016. See annex
Today, the Board of Directors of EPM appointed Electrical Engineer JHON ALBERTO MAYA SALAZAR as Business Units Management Executive Vice-President starting April 05, 2016. See annex
Ordinance 002 of 2016 authorizing transfer of EPM's participation in ISAGEN was published today in the Municipal Gazette and is therefore in force.
Through communication No. 201630040383 of March 29, 2016, EPM's Chief Executive Officer accepted the resignation of Ms. Ana Mercedes Villegas Mejía to her position as Business Units Management Executive Vice-President, starting April 04, 2016.
Regarding the incident at Guatapé hydroelectric Plant, EPM reports that the company requested an initial advance of US$ 16 million to the reinsurance market. The transfer of resources by the reinsurers has already began. See annex
With 12 votes for and 9 against, in the second debate the plenary session of Medellin Council approved the Draft Agreement authorizing the sale of EPM’s shares in ISAGEN, which is to be authorized by the City’s Mayor.
In the MERCO study on Responsibility and Corporate Government, Grupo EPM ranks the first position in the Energy, Gas and Water sector. See annex
The Council of Medellin’s Second Commission has approved the Project of Agreement on the sale of EPM's stock participation in ISAGÉN, in first debate and with five votes against two, to be moved on to second debate in the Corporation's Plenary session.
The Mayor of Medellin, by Decree 0438 of 2016, appointed Mr. Javier Genaro Gutiérrez Pemberthy as a Member of the EPM Board of Directors, in replacement for Mr. Luis Fernando Arbeláez Sierra.
The plenary session of the Council, with a vote of 14 against 6, accepted the appeal filed by the Municipal Administration regarding the Project for Agreement 04 in connection with the sale of EPM's stake in ISAGEN, and accepted to re-open the discussion by the Second Committee.
Medellin’s Council First Commission, with a vote of four against three, has rejected the Project of Agreement, in first debate, by means of which the authorization of shareholding sales from EPM at ISAGEN is being requested.
EPM and BNDES signed USD111.4 million credit agreement for financing the turbines and generators for the Ituango hydroelectric project, which were acquired with Alstom.
In meeting held today, the Board of Directors authorized the Chief Executive Officer to carry out formalities for renewal for three years of the authorization for the public offering of the Domestic Debt Bond Issue and Underwriting Program of EPM.
In meeting held today, the Board of Directors approved the appointment of Ricardo José Arango Restrepo as Vice President of Human Development and Organizational Capacities after the resignation of Ana María Restrepo Botero. See annex
After rigorous analysis of non-recurring issues the country and the company have been undergoing, Moody’s reaffirmed EPM´s Baa3 investment grade rating with the positive outlook. See annex
In compliance with Annex 1 of Public Notice 038 of 2015, the following were published: the consolidated financial reports of Group EPM and their respective notes approved by the Board of Directors and the independent auditor report. See annex
In compliance with Annex 1 of Public Notice 038 of 2015, the following were published: management report and individual financial statements, and its respective notes approved, certifications, independent auditor report, and internal accounting control report. See annex
EPM addresses the publication of the Sale Program for the Shares it holds in ISAGEN (published on April 4, 2016), with regard to updating the attached document. See annex
EPM issues the Sales Notebook in order to inform the Recipients of Special Conditions and the Second-Stage Investors about the process of disposal of its ISAGEN shares, and its Terms and Conditions of Sales. See annex
EPM publishes Addendum 1 to the Regulations of Disposal of its ISAGEN shares for the First Stage, which is addressed to the Recipients of Special Conditions, and for the Second Stage, which is addressed to the General Public. See annex
EPM publishes the Program of Disposal of its ISAGEN shares, authorized by its Board of Directors under Law 226 of 1995 See annex
EPM begins the process of disposal of its ISAGEN shares by publishing the notice of First Stage, addressed to the Recipients of Special Conditions See annex
On May 27, 2016, EPM finished paying ordinary surpluses to the municipality of Medellin, for a total value of $ 445.375.100.781
Beatriz Restrepo Gallego resigned as member of the Board of Directors of EPM, from May 25th, 2016.
EPM Board of Directors approved an addition to the budget of COP 464,855 million in revenues due to better hydrological contributions, the early entry into operation of the Guatapé Plant and the updating in tariffs in Water and Distribution.
EPM clarifies the information published by some media regarding its intention to buy ETB. See annex
In compliance with Paragraph 8, Literal a) of Article 18.104.22.168.5 of Decree 2555 of 2010, EPM has relayed the financial statements as of December 31, 2015 and its notes to incorporate final version. See annex
10th Investor Meeting: EPM's CEO highlights investor confidence and social and financial results achieved by the group in 2015. See annex
EPM publishes financial results as of May 31,2016 (See annex)
EPM reports that the Second Stage of the Disposal Program for its stake in ISAGEN S.A. E.S.P., addressed to the general public, was declared void.(See annex)
EPM publishes Addendum to the Program of Disposal of its shares held in ISAGEN, which was approved by its Board of Directors at its meeting on June 28th,2016. (See annex)
EPM Board of Directors approved the closure of EPM branch in Costa Rica.
EPM continues the process of disposal of its shares held in ISAGEN with the publication of the notice of Second Stage, addressed to the general public. (See annex)
EPM informs that the first stage of disposal of its shares in ISAGEN S.A. E.S.P., addressed to the recipients of special conditions, was declared void because no Acceptances were received during the period of the Offer.
By Resolution 0891 of July 15, 2016, the Financial Superintendence of Colombia authorized for three years the renewal of the validity period of the authorization of the public offering of EPM´s Bonds Program.(See annex)
Fitch Ratings maintains BBB + credit rating to EPM´s international debt. An adjustment is shown in the outlook, due to the change occurred in the sovereign outlook of Colombia. (See annex)
The Superintendency of Utilities of Colombia opened formal administrative investigation against EPM by the facts that led to the incident of Guatapé on February 15th, 2016.
EPM was recognized by the General Accounting Office for its contribution to the development of the National System of Public Accounting in Colombia. (See annex)
The Mayor of Medellín appointed Carlos Raúl Yepes Jiménez as a member of the Board of Directors of Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM), according to Decree 1005 of July 6th of 2016.(See annex)
EPM informs that has not been officially notified and does not know the terms of the administrative action regarding the media publications that states the list of charges set forth the Superintendence of Utilities of Colombia to EPM due the Guatapé incident, occurred on February 15th.
EPM signed a credit agreement for USD300 million with the Agency Export Development Canada (See annex)
EPM refers to an information published in mass media about a credit transaction between EPM and the Export Development Canada –EDC – (See annex)
EPM was notified about the constitution of the Trade Union of Tigo UNE-EPM and Allied -SINTREUA-, which brings together a group of workers belonging to the Company.
EPM´s financial statements to August 2016 were presented at Board of Directors ‘Meeting held on September 27, 2016.(See annex)
EPM´s Board of Directors approved an addition of COP 1,479,911 million to budget in respect of income received from the sale of EPM´s shareholding in ISAGEN.
Fitch Ratings confirms credit ratings to EPM: international “BBB+” and national “AAA”. (See annex)
With respect to the information disclosed by the media on the incident at the Guatape Power Plant, EPM reports that it is making the final adjustment phase with the insurer and will determine the final amounts, when this phase will be completed
EPM reports that the BVC awarded the takeover bid launched by BRE ??on shares of ISAGEN, in which EPM participated with 358,332,000 shares.
With regard to the information disclosed by Dinero Magazine, EPM informs that, once the BVC officially reports the outcome of the takeover bid by BRE on ISAGEN shares, the company will give its opinion on the subject.
Thanks to the trust of its customers EPM has received the CIER Internacional award, silver category in electric energy service satisfaction (See annex).
The information published by the media regarding punishment for contempt, which is not yet firm, for alleged lack of court order issued within tutela is confirmed. (See annex)
The financial statements as of September 30,2016, of EPM Group and The Parent Company, were presented at the Board of Directors ‘Meeting held on October 25th. (See annex)
EPM speaks out regarding the information released on mass media about penalty imposed to the Legal Representative.(See annex)
EPM signed credit agreement with the Andean Development Corporation - CAF by US $ 200 million for the partial financing of its investment plan.(See annex)
EPM Board of Directors approved 2017 budget of COP 12.5 billion, with a balance between sustainability, development and social investment, and the investment plan for the period 2017-2020 of COP 6.5 billion. (See annex).
On November 29, 2016, EPM finished paying extraordinary surpluses to the municipality of Medellin, for a total value of COP 371.145.917.317.
The Penal Court of the Marinilla (Antioquia) has revoked the penalty for failing to comply carried against EPM’s CEO. (See annex)
EPM reports the presentation of the list of petitions by SINTRAEMSDES union organization, on November 03, 2016, before the expiration of the Collective Agreement whose validity is extended until 12/31/2016
EPM informs the closure of the direct settlement of the collective bargaining held with Sintraemsdes Union.
EPMs informs the presentation of the bargaining proposal by SIMPRO Union on December 29th of 2016, the current collective bargaining expire on December 31st of 2016.
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