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Budapesti Ingatlan Hasznositasi es Fejlesztesi Nyrt

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Budapesti Ingatlan Hasznositasi es Fejlesztesi Nyrt

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FinancialsReal Estate Investment & Services
  • Price (HUF)314.00
  • Today's Change0.00 / 0.00%
  • Shares traded0.00
  • 1 Year change31.93%
  • Beta0.4788
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About the company

Budapesti Ingatlan Hasznositasi es Fejlesztesi Nyrt is a Hungary-based company primarily engaged in letting, developing, managing and maintaining real estates and properties. The Company's portfolio includes 18 properties situated in Budapest, such as residential buildings, car park and a hotel.

  • Revenue in HUF (TTM)4.94bn
  • Net income in HUF8.52bn
  • Incorporated1996
  • Employees43.00
  • Location
    Budapesti Ingatlan Hasznositasi es Fejlesztesi NyrtPolgar utca 8-10.BUDAPEST 1033HungaryHUN
  • Phone+36 14573860
  • Fax+36 13672800
  • Websitehttps://www.bif.hu/
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Institutional shareholders

0.06%Per cent of shares held by top holders
HolderShares% Held
Amundi Befektet�si Alapkezelo ZRTas of 30 Jun 2019158.90k0.06%
Expat Asset Management EADas of 06 Feb 20207.60k0.00%
OTP Fund Management Ltd.as of 28 Jun 20190.000.00%
Data from 28 Jun 2019 - 12 Feb 2020Source: FactSet Research Systems Inc.
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