Despite speculation, CEO of the listed Estonian shipper Tallink Grupp Enn Pant has no intention to leave Tallink or to have the company delisted, the Estonian edition of Forbes says.
"There's no intention to leave the stock exchange at the moment, we do not see any need for that," Pant told the magazine in an interview. "And I will not disappear from that company anyway, that company is everything to me: everything that I have, all my work, and all my love too."
The strategy for Tallink for the near term is to repay loans and to start paying a dividend, Pant said. To search for bigger growth in the future there can be only one direction – out from the Baltic Sea, Pant added.