As we read, “Cordiant Digital Infrastructure, a fund registered in Great Britain, has received the green light from the ministry led by Jacek Sasin to acquire Emitel from the Alinda Capital Partners Fund.” “Consequently, the operator of the largest network of terrestrial television and radio transmitters in Poland is akin to a change of ownership. Cordiant reported this to the London Stock Exchange on June 16, without saying when it received approval” – it was written.

It has been added that MAP can block the transaction because Emitel – similarly, for example, Polkomtel or Orange Polska – has been entered in the list of protected entities.

“Now, the deal worth 1.9 billion zlotys is awaiting approval by the Ministry of the Interior and Administration. According to the announcement, the buyer expects this soon, because the deal will expire in the next quarter,” Rzeczpospolita newspaper reported. .

As reported by the newspaper, in 2021, the Emitel Group reported revenue of approximately PLN 486 million (448 million PLN in the previous year), PLN 158 million in operating profit and about PLN 113 million in net profit.

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