This project finances an equity investment in InPost S.A., the largest private postal operator in Poland, to help improve its corporate governance and support its energy efficiency initiatives.
This project comprises of an equity investment in InPost S.A. by participating in its initial public offering on the Warsaw Stock Exchange through the subscription to existing shares offered by the current shareholder Integer Inwestycje sp. z o.o, an entity controlled by Integer.pl capital group. InPost is the largest private postal operator in Poland. Al Prime Bidco S.a r.l. is the parent company of InPost S.A. and is domiciled in Poland.
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