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The Oesia Group is restructured, giving less weight to banking and more to management.


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BY : Diego GutiérrezFebruary Wed, 2016
In July 2015, the Oesía Network group restructured its shareholding, giving more prominence to its managers, who have been left with 44% and have carried out a new business plan in which more weight has been given to the engineering and security division.

Banking loses weight in Oesía Network

ONESIAIn 2011 Caixabank took 70% of Oesia's shareholding from Banca Cívica, Caja Castilla-La Mancha now held by the Deposit Guarantee Fund (CCM) had 20%, Banco Mare Nostrum which belonged to Caja Granada (BMN) had 5% and 4.6% belonged to minority shareholders.

In 2015, Hector Roldá, general manager of the IT division, and Luis Mayo, general manager of the engineering and security division, acquired a 44% from Caixa Bank through the company Heisenberg.

"Since 2013, in the midst of the crisis, we have seen banks that had entered into technology consultancy companies sell them in order to obtain liquidity. In 2013, the Basque company Ibermatika gave way to Proa Capital, which meant the exit of CaixaBank, Banco Sabadell and Caja3, as well as Kutxabank, its main shareholder, reducing its stake to 47%. Also in the same year Bankia sold its 20% stake in Indra to Sepi", says Diego Gutierrez from Abra-Invest

New business plan

Once the Heisenberg partners have taken over the management of Oesia, a business plan has been put in place that revolves around the engineering and security division of Oesia. Tecnobit.

The first measure has been to expand Tecnobit's aeronautics area towards the civil sector, taking advantage of its capacity in large programmes such as the Eurofighter Typhoon or the A400M of Airbus Defence and Space.

 Oesia intends to use the capabilities and experience acquired in previous programmes to apply them to new developments for both military and civilian aircraft. It also wants to develop the communications area, as some of its products, such as the LINPRO data link, have attracted the interest of various European military bodies, as it is the only tactical communications processor in operation in the Spanish Air Force and the Spanish, Dutch and Belgian Navies, capable of working indistinctly and concurrently on L11, L16, L22 and JRE.

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