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East Capital became fifth largest shareholder of Sojaprotein

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Swedish East Capital investment fund was the largest buyer of shares of Becej-based Sojaprotein this week, during which the turnover of shares of this company was substantially high, mainly at the level of 830 dinars. This portfolio investor bought over 30,000 shares of the Becej-based company on Monday from several investors: Austrian Erste, Dunav pension fund and Blace-based Telekomunikacija.

In that way, in a relatively short time, East Capital has become the owner of 1.1% of Sojaprotein and the fifth largest shareholder of the company.

The majority owner of Sojaprotein is Novi Sad-based Victoria Group holding with the ownership share of 62.9%, while the largest minor shareholders are Croatian PBZ with the share of 3% and Swedish Gustavia investment fund with 1.7% share.

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With the price of 830 dinars, which was dominant this week, the value of market capitalization of the largest regional soybean-processing company amounts to 8.17 billion dinars (76.5 million euros).


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