The shares of the companies of the group of Pedro Queiroz Pereira closed this Monday with different meanings, with the Semapa descending and Navigator in the high light.
Semapa, owner of shares in Navigator and Secil, closed 0.65%, to 18.30 euros per share, while shares of the pulp and paper business closed 0.28% to 4%, 36 euros
Pedro Queiroz Pereira died at the end of last Saturday, at the age of 69, as a result of a heart attack when he was on his yacht in Ibiza.
The industrialist had already prepared its success in the business group and left behind a closed fund to which the three daughters subscribed: Filipa, Mafalda and Moon to ensure that the group is not disassembled and remains in the hands of the family.
The group companies are managed by professional managers. Semapa is headed by João Castello Branco since 2015 and Navigator – formerly Portucel – has Diogo da Silveira as CEO.