Bespoke Approach

Together, we can help accelerate the growth of your business.

You may be looking to for development capital or funds to finance an acquisition. You may be looking to take cash out, or to fund a buy-out. We can help with the funding and the expertise to navigate the next part of your business’s journey.

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We can help your business’s geographic expansion.

Whether you are looking to consolidate your regional market or expand into new one, organically or through acquisition, we have the relevant experience to help.

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Partnership takes time

Please be in touch to tell us about your business. We may suggest a meeting to learn more about your needs and to introduce ourselves to you. We will then spend a few weeks getting to know your business better. If both sides feel it is worth progressing, we will do some in-depth research into your firm to determine how we can proceed. This process can take a month or two – it is important to take the time to get it right. If both sides agree to partner, we will agree an appropriate structure and terms and get a deal in place.

Every partnership starts with a call – please do contact us to learn more.

 

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Our Partnerships

A longstanding history of successful partnerships

Our portfolio businesses are headquartered in 11 countries, many of them boasting a regional or global presence.
sector: Chemicals
geo: Poland
year: 2016

Company Overview
Flucar is a producer and distributor of lubricating oils and automotive fluids for automotive and industrial sectors.
The Company was established in 2011 as a distribution company by the current majority owner and CEO. The production part of the business was acquired in 2013.
The Company operates via four subsidiaries that deal with: production, oil base trading, recycling certificates trading and asset holding


Transaction

AMC provided EUR 9.1m mezzanine to finance Capital Expenditure and the buyout of shares from the controlling shareholder.

sector: MBL
geo: Poland
year: 2016

Company Overview
MBL was founded in 1988 in Silkeborg, Denmark and has been run by the founding family ever since. The business makes standard and customized parts for wheelchairs, such as front and rear wheels, pushrims, front forks, bearing housings, foot rests, hand brakes and more. MBL opened a production facility in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland, in 1991 and in 1998 another production facility was opened in Xiamen, China. Today the company employs around 1,400 globally and is a major supplier to leading manufacturers of rehabilitation equipment.


Transaction

In October 2016 AMC III has backed MBL and its shareholders with a commitment of EUR 15m to support the business’s continued growth.

sector: Remix
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2016

Company Overview
Remix was founded in 2012 in Bulgaria and has developed since then into the leading online reseller of 2nd hand clothes in Central and Eastern Europe. The company is currently operating online shops in Bulgaria, Romania, Greece and Poland. The clothes are mainly branded items (ranging from Hugo Boss, Etro to lower-end Brands like H&M, Zara), which have been worn but are in good condition.


Transaction

In October 2016 AMC III provided EUR 8 million expansion financing to accelerate growth.

sector: Agriculture
geo: Regional
year: 2015

Company Overview
Spearhead International is a farming group headquartered in Cambridge, England, but with the majority of its operations in Central and Eastern Europe.
The company has 85,000 hectares of farming operations across Poland, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia and the UK, producing grains and oilseeds, potatoes and vegetables, sugar beet, seed crops, milk and livestock.

Transaction

AMC III supported US food and agriculture specialist GP Paine & Partners in acquiring Spearhead International through a EUR 30 million financing package

sector: Financial Services
geo: Latvia
year: 2015

Company Overview
Mogo Finance provides non-bank car financing for consumers in Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia and Georgia. The company employs 200 people. Its current loan portfolio amounts to 38m, financing 20,000 cars.


Transaction

In June 2015 AMC III backed Mogo Finance with a EUR 23.3m mezzanine investment. Mogo will use the fresh capital to develop its operations in new markets across Central and Eastern Europe

sector: Manufacturing
geo: Lithuania
year: 2015

Company Overview
Freor is a Lithuania-based producer of commercial refrigeration equipment, its products are used predominantly in supermarkets. The company operates from offices in Lithuania, and subsidiaries in Belarus and Russia. Clients hail from the Baltics, eastern and western Europe.


Transaction

In February 2015 AMC III provided expansion capital to support a shareholder restructure and the company’s development.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Poland
year: 2015

PEM S.A. is a fund management company managing five funds. Managers of PEM decided to buy it out of MCI with their own cash and limited amount of external loans. AMC III participated in the spin off acquiring senior rank bonds (convertible to equity) and equity instruments (with some downside protections).

sector: Healthcare
geo: Romania
year: 2014

Company Overview
Amethyst is a network of radiotherapy centers with operations in Romania, Poland and France. It was set up in 2010 by two shareholders with previous relevant experience in healthcare and medical services in Europe and intends to become the leading pan-European radiotherapy operator.

Amethyst selected to invest in a high growth market, with high barriers to entry generated by substantial capital requirements and advanced knowledge base (combined teams of medical oncologists, physicists and radiotherapy technicians) and low effective competition.


Transaction

In May 2014 AMC III provided expansion capital to support Amethyst in developing a network of 20 high-tech radiotherapy centers.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Poland
year: 2014

AASA is a well established and profitable Finnish consumer finance business seeking expansion in the CEE region. Mezzanine financing to support AASA’s expansion in the Polish market.

sector: Healthcare
geo: Czech Republic
year: 2014

Company Overview
BioVendor Group is a Czech based enterprise primarily focusing on the In vitro diagnostic (IVD) market and the biomedical research field. It specialises in the supply of equipment and consumables including its own range of IVD certified ELISA and immunoblot test kits. It also offers a range of unique immunoassays for the global research-use-only market.
BioVendor was founded in 1992 by Dr. Růžička and has grown organically and through acquisitions to date. The company remains privately held.


Transaction

In January 2014, Accession Mezzanine Capital III L.P. provided mezzanine financing to BioVendor for the acquisition of Immunolab GmbH, a German IVD company focusing on immunoassays primarily targeting both human and veterinary diagnostics of infectious diseases, food intolerance, allergy, autoimmunity disorders and food analytics & safety.

sector: Services
geo: Poland
year: 2013

Company Overview
Invia is an e-Travel market leader in CEE and CIS. The company was founded in the Czech Republic in 2002, gaining the leading position on the online travel market in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary. Invia offers travel packages, hotel bookings and flights. The company cooperates with over 300 tour operators and offers more than 8000 travel packages making it the broadest offer on the market. In 2011, the company acquired a stake in Travelplanet, the Polish e-travel leader significantly strengthening its position on the Polish market. Invia and Travelplanet constantly improve their product offering and increase competitiveness of sales channels by cooperating only with the largest tour operators and offering comprehensive insurance coverage.


Transaction

In June 2013, AMC III acquired a minority equity stake and provided mezzanine financing for recapitalisation and expansion of the company.

sector: FMCG
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2013

Company Overview
Bella is a leading food producer as well as supplier to the food industry in Bulgaria. It operates a number of production facilities, trading offices and warehouse facilities in various parts of Bulgaria serving around 15,000 customers in retail and the hotels, restaurants & cafes segment.


Transaction

In August 2013, AMC III provided expansion capital to support Bella in the acquisition of targets in the food industry and the implementation of an energy efficiency program to reduce production costs.

sector: Services
geo: Poland
year: 2013

Company Overview
Dominium is one of the leading pizza restaurant chains in Poland. The company originated from a single restaurant in Warsaw established in 1993 by Tomasz Plebaniak. Over the next two decades, it has evolved into a network of 67 restaurants (62 in Poland and 5 in Romania). Restaurants are located mostly in major Polish cities – often in shopping malls.


Transaction

In June 2013, AMC III supported Dominium in financing the company’s expansion and recapitalisation by providing mezzanine finance.

sector: TMT
geo: Serbia
year: 2012

Company Overview
NetTV is an internet based global pay TV platform whose USP is top quality programming from former Yugoslavia to expats all over the world. NetTV Plus, founded in 2009, has since developed into the leading internet protocol television (IPTV) business targeting the Ex-Yugoslav (Ex-Yu) diaspora by offering local Ex-Yu TV content. IPTV technology has developed over the last few years and provides for a low cost, scaleable business model as an alternative to traditional TV operators, specifically suitable to target niche audiences. The Company distributes its services mainly through its widespread network of worldwide dealers and provides access to its platform via different devices (set-top boxes, PC/Mac players, smartphone applications).

Transaction

In 2012, Accession Mezzanine Capital III supported the buyout of NetTV by providing mezzanine financing. AMC III has exited NetTV.

sector: TMT
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2011

Company Overview
Telelink is South Eastern Europe’s leading provider of fixed and wireless telecommunication networks deployment and maintenance services. The company also offers financial and enterprise sector communication solutions and services. Telelink cooperates closely with the major GSM and fixed-line operators in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Macedonia.

Transaction

In December 2011, AMC III provided mezzanine capital for a buyout of a minority shareholder and the company’s geographical and product expansion.

sector: Healthcare
geo: Poland
year: 2011

Company Overview
Diagnostyka is the leading provider of clinical laboratory testing in Poland, performing over 40 million tests annually in more than 100 laboratories. The Company renders services to individual clients, hospitals, as well as public and non-public out-patient institutions.


Transaction

In January 2011, AMC III supported Mid Europa Partners in pursuing the company’s buy and build strategy. AMC III has exited Diagnostyka.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Ukraine
year: 2010

Company Overview
PCollect is the leading Ukrainian debt collection company. It specialises in the collection of third party and proprietary portfolios of retail non-performing unsecured retail debts. The company’s position is unrivalled in terms of infrastructure and experience on the market. PCollect was set up in 2006. In June 2010, the majority stake in the company was acquired by funds managed by Abris Capital Partners.


Transaction

Accession Mezzanine Capital II provided mezzanine financing for the expansion of the company in Ukraine.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Poland
year: 2010

Company Overview
Masterlease Poland is the leader in the Polish car fleet management market. The Company has also a strong foothold in the general leasing market – it is the biggest leasing company in the market, which is independent of banks and car manufactures. The range of services provided by the Company includes leasing and full scope car fleet management services. The product portfolio of Masterlease also comprises traditional financial leasing and the so called white label programs (private label co-operation with car dealerships and general importers under their brands).


Transaction

In April 2010, AMC II provided financing in the leveraged buy-out of Masterlease Poland led by Abris Capital Partners. The transaction was supported by the management of the Company.

sector: Services
geo: Russia
year: 2008

Company Overview
Star Galaxy is one of the two largest chains of family entertainment centres in Russia, founded in 1997. The first permanent family entertainment centre was opened in Moscow in October 2001. Currently, the Company is operating 23 centres 9 in Moscow Region, 2 in St. Petersburg, and 12 in large Russian regional centres. All centres are located in large shopping malls and trading entertainment complexes which provide a high flow of visitors. Centres vary from 300 to 1,500 m2.


Transaction

In September 2008 AMC II provided mezzanine for the Expansion of Star Galaxy, currently owned by the management and funds managed by Euroventures Ukraine, a leading private equity investor in Ukraine and Russia.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2008

Company Overview
EuroHold Bulgaria is a medium-large Bulgarian conglomerate of businesses including insurance, leasing and car retail. Its insurance business, EuroIns is leading non-life insurance group in South Eastern Europe. EuroIns is currently operating in Bulgaria, Romania and Macedonia. EuroHold and EuroIns are listed on the Sofia Stock Exchange.


Transaction

In September 2008, AMC II provided development mezzanine capital to facilitate i) the acquisition of non-life insurance companies in the Balkan region and ii) the expansion of its existing majority-owned subsidiaries.

sector: Manufacturing
geo: Regional
year: 2008

Company Overview
The group, comprising Wheelabrator and Disa, provides solutions for a broad variety of surface preparation applications, including strengthening (peening), blast finishing (cleaning, deburring and descaling) and polishing. In addition, the group develops products and services that serve ferrous and non-ferrous casting production (moulding).
Primary markets serviced by both companies are foundries and metal finishing industries.


Transaction

In September 2008, AMC II provided mezzanine that supported Mid Europa Partners, owners of Wheelabrator, in the Leveraged Buy-Out of Disa.

sector: Manufacturing
geo: Czech Republic
year: 2008

Company Overview
Fezko is the largest automotive textile manufacturer in Central and Eastern Europe proving textiles with high design and technical characteristics to leading manufacturers including Skoda, Volkswagen, Daimler Chrysler, Ford and KIA. It has manufacturing plants in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Transaction

In July 2008 AMC II provided mezzanine for the Leveraged Acquisition of Fezko by Michel Thierry Group, Europe’s largest automotive textile manufacturer with plants in France, Spain, Romania, Brazil and Mexico. AMC II has exited Fezko.

sector: Chemicals
geo: Hungary
year: 2008

Company Overview
Borsodchem, based in Hungary, is a leading European integrated producer of isocyanate-based specialty chemicals for various industrial markets. The core products are methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) and toluene diisocyanate (TDI). The company is also a major regional PVC producer.


Transaction

Borsodchem was acquired by Permira and Vienna Capital Partners in a Leveraged Buy-Out in late 2006, delisting it in March 2007. AMC II invested into the mezzanine layer of the financing structure.

sector: Construction
geo: Romania
year: 2008

Company Overview
Operating in the fastest growing construction market in the EU, Imcorp is a mineral mining and processing business focused on the Romanian market, but also envisaging operations in other countries in the region, particularly Turkey and Moldova.


Transaction

In July 2008 AMC II provided expansion finance to Imcorp, to fund the acquisition of MBM Construct 95, one of the leading Romanian concrete pavers manufacturer.

sector: FMCG
geo: Romania
year: 2008

Company Overview
Lipomin and its subsidiary Carpatina are one of the leading mineral water bottlers in Romania. Together, Carpatina & Lipomin ranked 6th in the mineral water market in 2007 by sold volumes.

Transaction

In June 2008 AMC II assisted Carpatina in the leveraged acquisition of Herculane Water.

sector: Industrials
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2008

Company Overview
Vivacom, formerly Bulgarian Telecommunication Company EAD (“BTC”), is the leading, incumbent telecommunication services operator in Bulgaria offering fixed line, broadband and mobile products and services. The Company has a clear market leading positions in fixed line telephony (including local, long-distance and international calls) and broadband internet. In November 2005, BTC launched its mobile telephony operations under the brand name Vivatel, which has grown significantly since then gaining substantial market share. In August 2007 BTC was acquired by AIG Capital Partners.


Transaction

AMC II invested in the mezzanine tranche that supported AIG Capital Partners in the buy- out of BTC.

sector: Retail
geo: Slovakia
year: 2008

Company Overview
RVS comprises the former Carrefour retail operations in Slovakia. RVS operates four hypermarket stores with a combined sales area of 30,000 sqm in the cities of Bratislava, Zilina and Kosice. With its Carrefour branded stores, RVS targets the middle-upper segment of the food retail market.


Transaction

In January 2008 AMC II assisted in the 100% acquisition of Carrefour by financial investors, ECM and I.C.S. AMC II has exited Carrefour.

sector: FMCG
geo: Russia
year: 2007

Company Overview
Nidan is one of the largest fruit juice producers in Russia. The company’s principal activities include the production and distribution of a variety of branded juice products. In addition to its own branded products under brands including Da!, BB, Moya Semya, Champion, Sokoas and Caprice, Nidan also co-packages other juice products at its state-of-the-art plant in Moscow.


Transaction

In 2007 AMC II assisted in the Leveraged Buy-Out of Nidan by Lion Capital. AMC II has exited Nidan Soki.

sector: Retail
geo: Poland
year: 2007

Company Overview
Established in 1992, SAD is the exclusive distributor of Apple®-branded IT products and solutions in Poland. The company owns a proprietary retail network selling branded IT products and is a major supplier of IT to educational projects. SAD is also a market leading integrator of digital software solutions for digital TV and radio broadcasting.


Transaction

AMC II assisted in the Leveraged Buy-Out of a significant stake in SAD by AKJ Investments. It also provided expansion finance for the business.

sector: Healthcare
geo: Poland
year: 2007

Company Overview
The group of MR, LUX MED, CM LIM and Promedis form the largest provider of private healthcare services in Poland serving over 900,000 patients under corporate subscription agreements, insurance contracts and contracts with the National Health Fund. The group operates 84 clinics throughout the country providing the whole range of medical procedures together with specialised diagnostic and advanced imaging services.


Transaction

In 2007, AMC II provided mezzanine in the Leveraged Buy-Out of MR and LUX MED, led by Mid Europa Partners. Later, in 2008 AMC II supported Mid Europa Partners in the add-on acquisitions of CM LIM and Promedis. AMC II has exited LUX MED.

sector: Healthcare
geo: Regional
year: 2007

Company Overview
Founded in 1991, Euromedic offers three lines of services: diagnostic imaging, dialysis, and training. With 34 medical centres the company has grown to become the market leading health care services provider in Central and Eastern Europe. The company’s medical centres are fully integrated into the public healthcare systems, based on long-term contracts signed with the countries’ health funds. With operations in Greece, Turkey, Ireland and Portugal, Euromedic also has a significant presence in the Western European health care market.


Transaction

In October 2007 AMC II participated in a mezzanine-round to finance Euromedic’s continued expansion. AMC II has exited Euromedic.

sector: TMT
geo: Serbia
year: 2007

Company Overview
Established in 2000, SBB is the leading cable TV network and broadband internet services provider in Serbia. The company’s services include basic cable television, premium cable TV, broadband internet and direct-to-home satellite services. SBB controls a significant share of the Serbian cable TV market and is the largest broadband internet provider in the country.


Transaction

In 2007 AMC II assisted in Mid Europa Partners’ acquisition of SBB from Bedminster Capital Management. AMC II has exited SBB.

sector: Agriculture
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2007

Company Overview
Ceres is an operator of large scale industrial farms and has 16,000 hectares of farmland in Bulgaria under management. The company actively operates its land portfolio through crop cultivation and renting out and is continuously expanding its land portfolio and farmed acreage.


Transaction

In 2007 AMC II provided expansion finance to Ceres to fund the development of large scale industrial farms. AMC II has exited Ceres.

sector: Chemicals
geo: Hungary
year: 2007

Company Overview
Borsodchem is a leading European integrated producer of isocyanate-based speciality chemicals for various industrial markets, based in Hungary. The core products are methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) and toluene diisocyanate (TDI). The company is also a major regional PVC producer.


Transaction

Private equity funds Permira and Vienna Capital Partners acquired 100% of Borsodchem Group, a Hungary-based, listed chemical company. In 2007, AMC I participated with mezzanine financing in the transaction which was among the largest in the region to date. Consequently, the company was delisted from the Budapest Stock Exchange in March 2007.

sector: Services
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2007

Company Overview
Novera is a group of three companies providing waste collection, street cleaning and winter services in Sofia. The infrastructure consists of more than 350 waste collection trucks and other vehicles and over 1,800 employees.


Transaction

In 2006 AMC I provided a significant part of the acquisition finance in the Institutional Buy-out of Novera. The deal was sponsored by Equest Investments Balkans Ltd., an AIM-listed private equity investor.

sector: TMT
geo: Czech Republic
year: 2006

Company Overview
CRa is the former state-owned provider of analogue broadcasting services, which was privatised in 2001. The company is a leading provider of analogue and digital broadcasting services in the Czech Republic with a 97% market share in the analogue market. Since 2003 the company also offers alternative fixed-line telecommunication services.

TMCZ was the second entrant in the Czech mobile market and has grown to become the joint no.1 mobile operator in the Czech Republic.


Transaction

In 2006 AMC I provided mezzanine capital for the leveraged buy-out of 100% of CRa and 39% of TMCZ. The transaction, led by Mid Europa Partners, Lehman Brothers and Al Bateen Investments, represents one of the largest Leveraged Buy-Outs in the region to date.

sector: Manufacturing
geo: Czech Republic
year: 2006

Company Overview
Headquartered in the Czech Republic, ERA provides aircraft surveillance technology with broad applications in air traffic control, commercial airport operations & management and homeland security markets. The technology is superior to secondary radar in terms of both functionality and cost and has already been installed in a number of high profile sites around the world.


Transaction

In 2006 AMC I provided acquisition finance to Rannoch Inc. for the acquisition of ERA. Rannoch Inc. is a US-based, private equity-backed company, which operates in the same field with a complementary product portfolio. The combined operation, renamed ERA Systems Corporation, has grown to become a world leader in next-generation aircraft surveillance and flight tracking solutions for air traffic control. AMC I has exited ERA.

sector: TMT
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2006

Company Overview
Telelink is South Eastern Europe’s leading provider of fixed and wireless telecommunication networks deployment and maintenance services. The company also offers financial and enterprise sector communication solutions and services. Telelink cooperates closely with the major GSM and fixed-line operators in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and Macedonia.


Transaction

In June 2006 AMC I provided mezzanine capital to finance the company’s geographical and product expansion.

sector: FMCG
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2006

Company Overview
Devin is the largest bottled water company in Bulgaria. It sells premium-branded mineral and spring water through a well-developed distribution network in Bulgaria as well as in neighbouring countries. Devin’s water is bottled directly at the spring in the Rhodope Mountains.


Transaction

AMC I provided a significant part of the acquisition finance in the Institutional Buy-Out of Devin from private Bulgarian individuals and the Bulgarian American Enterprise Fund. The deal was sponsored by Wing Equity, an Austrian private equity investor. AMC I has exited Devin.

sector: Construction
geo: Poland
year: 2005

Company Overview
Established in March 1992, Zaberd provides comprehensive traffic engineering services. The company services include horizontal road marking, vertical signs (own production), guardrail erection, street lights, permanent and temporary traffic management, winter and summer road maintenance, production of traffic light controllers, erection of sound barriers and others.


Transaction

In October 2005 AMC I provided mezzanine financing for the acquisition of Polish company IMEX. Since then, AMC I has invested further amounts in the company to fund add-on acquisitions making Zaberd the largest company in the traffic engineering business in Poland.

sector: Financial Services
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2005

Company Overview
Founded in 2001, JetFinance is one of the leading non-banking consumer finance providers in Bulgaria. The company offers two main products: consumer instalment and cash loans. Headquartered in Sofia, the company carries out lending activities in more than 85 cities and towns throughout the country.


Transaction

In October 2005 AMC I, together with Sofia-based Balkan Accession Fund, provided expansion finance to fund the increasing Jet Finance loan portfolio. AMC I has exited JetFinance.

sector: Manufacturing
geo: Poland
year: 2005

Company Overview
Solaris is the leading manufacturer of low-floor city buses in Poland. It has captured a dominant position in most Central and Eastern European countries and is the fastest growing player, in terms of market share, on the Western European markets.


Transaction

In April 2005 Mr Olszewski, founder and chairman of Solaris, regained full control over the company by purchasing back over 80% of the company’s capital previously held by Kredyt Bank, the Polish subsidiary of Belgian KBC Bank. The acquisition of shares was fully financed by a mezzanine facility provided by AMC I. AMC I has exited Solaris.

sector: TMT
geo: Bulgaria
year: 2004

Company Overview
BTC is the main telecommunication services operator in Bulgaria. Its services include fixed-line and mobile voice services as well as data, internet and TV broadcasting. In May 2005 it was awarded with Bulgaria’s third license for the construction of mobile 3G telecommunications systems under the UMTS standard and launched its mobile network “Vivatel” in November 2005.


Transaction

In June 2004 AMC I supported an Advent International-led equity consortium in the acquisition of a 65% stake in BTC. AMC I acted as arranger and underwriter for the total acquisition mezzanine tranche. AMC I has exited BTC.

sector: Healthcare
geo: Poland
year: 2004

Company Overview
LUX MED is one of the leading private health care providers in Poland. The company offers a wide variety of integrated medical services, including diagnostics, laboratory tests and outpatient medical procedures. Over 1,000 companies and over 240,000 individual patients are using LUX MED services in 15 branded and 11 captive clinics located throughout Poland.


Transaction

In January 2004 AMC I provided financing for the company’s expansion through the acquisition of clinics in major cities of Poland and the opening of greenfield clinics. AMC I has exited LUX MED.

sector: TMT
geo: Hungary
year: 2003

Company Overview
Danubius consists of a leading commercial radio station and an ad-sales house in Hungary. One of two national radio broadcasters, Danubius has been on air since July 1986. It broadcasts Hungarian and English language adult contemporary hit programming over a transmission network which reaches more than 80% of the Hungarian population. Danubius Sales House represents the group’s media sales and marketing unit.


Transaction

In June 2003 AMC I assisted in Advent International’s acquisition of Danubius from the GWR Group. In January 2008 AMC I became the 100% owner of Danubius.