Rafał Brzoska, the founder and president of InPost, declared that he did not intend to leave the company’s management board or sell its shares. In this way, he once again referred to media speculations, according to which InPost is of interest to a potential acquirer – incl. CVC Capital Partners and Hellman & Friedman.
“As for my declaration, I am not able to answer for [private equity fund] Advent, but I am not going anywhere, and I am not considering selling shares either. As you know, over the last few months I have been extensively buying shares at various price levels, so this speaks for itself, ”Brzoska said during the press videoconference.
Bloomberg said on Friday, citing unofficial information, that InPost is of interest to a potential acquirer and that several investment firms such as CVC Capital Partners and Hellman & Friedman were investigating the possibility of a deal. On Monday, InPost announced that it is not currently conducting talks with entities interested in its acquisition.
InPost is a delivery platform for e-commerce. Established in 1999 by Rafał Brzoska in Poland, InPost has a network of parcel lockers in Poland, Great Britain and Italy, and also provides courier and fullfilment services for e-commerce sellers in Poland. In July 2021, he finalized the acquisition of the French company Mondial Relay. In January 2021, InPost made its debut on the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange.