Abu Dhabi's state-owned fund Mubadala now holds a majority 26.1 per cent stake in district cooling firm Tabreed after completion of a tender offer of shares to repay an Islamic bond due this month, Tabreed said on Sunday.
Mubadala and its wholly-owned subsidiary General investments previously held a 16.79 per cent stake in Tabreed, a company spokesman said.
In a statement to the bourse on Sunday, Tabreed said it has completed an issuance of 415.68 million shares to repay the Dh1.7 billion ($463 million) convertible Islamic bond, or sukuk.
The Abu-Dhabi based company said the tender offer, which is part of its recapitalisation program, covers both principle and coupon payments.
Tabreed, also known as the National Cooling Co, is among a number of Gulf companies which had to restructure its debt after the end of the region's economic boom.
In March, the firm secured an additional Dh3.1 billion ($844.2 million) funding from state-owned fund Mubadala, helping it to tackle its debt.
With the conversion of the Islamic trust certificates into shares, Mubadala now has a 14.8 per cent stake in the firm while General Investments holds an 11.29 per cent stake in Tabreed. It appointed the chief operating officer of Mubadala as its new chairman in a board reshuffle earlier in May.