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BUDAPEST, April 26 (Reuters) - Hungary's MKB Bank, the country's fifth-largest lender by assets, said in a statement on Wednesday that the bank had two new major shareholders.
Businessman Tamas Szemerey bought a 20.2 percent indirect stake in MKB, while MKB Bank Chief Executive Adam Balog bought a 9.8 percent indirect stake, MTI said.
An MKB spokeswoman declined further comment. (Reporting by Marton Dunai and Sandor Peto. Editing by Jane Merriman)