However, because French National Railways (SNCF) and private equity company Augusta Holding did not participate, their share of the company has fallen. SNCF Voyages stake in the company fell from 35% to 28% while Augusta Holding now owns 25.1%, down from 30%. This means reduced its share from 30 to 25.1%. As a result, Haselsteiner's holding has increased from 35% to 49.6%.

The capital injection was to cover the company's operating losses last year, said to be around €10m, as well as some minor investments. Westbahn expects to reach break-even this year but no figures have been published on revenue and ridership for 2012.