Liquidator offers 1.9% of BSE shares formerly belonging to failed brokerages
Photo courtesy Budapest Stock Exchange
A combined 1.9% stake in the Budapest Stock Exchange owned by three independent brokerages that went bust last year are being put up for sale by liquidator PSFN.
Offers for the shares may be made by February 3 and contracts of the sale will be signed by February 22, according to an announcement on PSFNʼs website.
The almost 103,000 shares are owned by Quaestor Értékpapír, Hungaria Értékpapír and Buda-Cash.
Last November, the National Bank of Hungary acquired a 68.8% stake in the bourse from a unit of its peer in Vienna and the Osterreichische Kontrollbank for HUF 3,550 per share.
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