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Signa Holding buys Hyperion from Bank Austria
Date: 8 January 2010
Category: Deal Watch
Austrian investor Signa Holding has emerged as the preferred bidder for a portfolio of 12 assets sold by Bank Austria through a single-stage bidding process. Although the companies agreed not to disclose the financial details, the purchase price was said to be over EUR 100 mln, Austrian daily Die Presse reported.
PropertyDay 11 January 2010
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