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4iG capital increases wind up with Bartolomeu subscription

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Listed IT company 4iG on Thursday said that Bartolomeu Investments, a fund managed by Alpac Capital, subscribed 19,761,380 newly issued shares, raising its stake in 4iG from 1.86% to 8.35%, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

The transaction was the final one of a number capital increases that included the acquisition of a big stake by German defense industry company Rheinmetall.

After Bartolomeu Investments subscribed the shares, the stake in 4iG held by Rheinmetall fell from 26.9% to 25.12%.

The stake in 4iG held by iG COM Private Equity Fund, an interest of 4iG chairman-CEO Gellért Jászai, fell from 41.68% to 38.93%, while the stake held by KZF Vagyonkezelő, Jászai's investment company dropped from 10.43% to 9.74%. Including 4iG shares in funds managed by iKON, Jászai's indirect ownership in 4iG fell from 53.84% to 50.28%.

With the completion of the capital increases, 4iG said its "final ownership structure" has been established.

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