Published: 09.05 Europe/London, June 17, 2011
Poland’s Cyfrowy Polsat is soon likely to see a change in its shareholder structure.
In a statement, the company, which operated the leading DTH platform of the same name, says that Zygmunt Solorz-Zak and Heronim Ruta, or the “Shareholders”, have asked Deutsche Bank, Credit Agricole CIB and Trigon “to investigate a potential placement of a portion of the Company’s shares held directly or indirectly by the Shareholders.”
Any sale, however, would be undertaken with a view to Solorz-Zak keeping a majority stake in the company.
Solorz-Zak is currently looking to buy the mobile operator Polkomtel.