A public offer for the remaining shares of Brau Union Brewery in Hungary has been given the go-ahead. The CEO of the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) said yesterday (30 May) that the offer made by Austria's Brau Immobilien for the 0.85% of shares it does not yet own has been approved.

Shareholders in the Hugarian brewer have between 1 June and 1 July to offer their shares to Brau Immobilien.

The Austrian company, a member of the Heineken group, currently owns 99.15% of the firm's shares after a public offer closed on 29 March.

On 17 May, Brau initiated the delisting of the company's shares from the BSE.The company is offering HUF17,200 for remaining shares owned by retail shareholders, the same amount offered in the previous public offer.