Solorz joins big fish among stock investors
opublikowano: 11-04-2008, 12:39
Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) - Zygmunt Solorz-Zak,
the owner of Polsat Cyfrowy, will join the group of stock billionaires.
Ten investors may boast of nine-digit values of their stakes today. If
Zygmunt Solorz sells the stock of Polsat Cyfrowy at the highest price, the
remaining stake he holds will be worth PLN 2.2 bn (EUR 637.7m). It’s three times
less than the assets of Leszek Czarnecki, who tops the ranking with PLN 5.8 bn.
It is also less than the stock of Michal Solowow with PLN 4.61 bn and Ryszard
Krauze with PLN 2.83 bn, but more than, among others, Roman Karkosik. The
exclusive club of big stock fish will soon enlarge even further.
Zygmunt Solorz-Zak’s stake may be worth PLN 1.72-2.2 bn. There are ten stock
billionaires today. Their portfolios are jointly worth PLN 27.34bn. There are
further candidates to join the list. Greidinger family, the owners of Cinema
City International movie network, have assets worth PLN 970m. Dariusz Milek,
main shareholder of NG2 shoe distributor had PLN 930m. Both investors were
billionaires last year before the stock exchange dived. Marek Piechocki who
controls stock of LPP clothes company is worth PLN 730m.
(PLN 1 = EUR 0.289)