BDPST Equity Acquires Minority Stake in Waberer's
BDPST Equity, a unit of real estate management company BDPST Group, has acquired an indirect 26.76% stake in Waberer's International, the listed hauler said in a disclosure posted on the bourse's website on Thursday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.
BDPST Equity acquired the stake through its acquisition of MHB Optimum, under an agreement announced earlier.
Waberer's other owners are Trevelin Holding, with a 26% stake, and Geraldton Invest, with a 5% stake, both controlled by Dániel Jellinek, the head of property developer Indotek; and György Waberer, who built the company up over more than two decades, with a direct and indirect stake of 22.89%.
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