Mazars: Hungary 3rd in Transactions in Region

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The transaction market performed well in Central and Eastern Europe last year, with Hungary closing with the third highest total value in the region, according to international accounting firm Mazars, writes profitline.hu.

Hungary has a share of EUR 3.1 billion (almost HUF 1.2 trillion) of the regional market worth EUR 39.2 bln (almost HUF 16 tln).

Mazars emphasized that the weight of Hungarian private capital is increasingly important in the domestic M&A market, which was previously dominated by foreign and regional funds.

In terms of the total value of transactions, only Poland and Austria are ahead of Hungary, which, unlike other states, achieved an increase compared to 2021, largely due to the acquisition of Vodafone.

The weight of state-backed investment is indicated by the fact that the total value of domestic transactions increased fivefold year-on-year with the same number of transactions.

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