AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Paul Elliott Singer, the hedge fund manager behind activist investor Elliott, has taken a 6.1 percent stake in Dutch trust and business administration company Intertrust, according to a filing published by the Dutch Authority for Financial Markets (AFM).
The disclosure is reported as effective on Feb. 13, the day after the sale by Blackstone (NYSE:BX) of its remaining 6.77 percent stake in Intertrust to institutional buyers via an accelerated book-building.
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