It is known that for any set π of prime numbers, the following assertions are equivalent: (1) in any finite group, π-Hall subgroups are conjugate; (2) in any finite group, π-Hall subgroups are pronormal. It is proved that (1) and (2) are equivalent also to the following: (3) in any finite group, π-Hall subgroups are pronormal in their normal closure. Previously [10, Quest. 18.32], the question was posed whether it is true that in a finite group, π-Hall subgroups are always pronormal in their normal closure. Recently, M. N. Nesterov  proved that assertion (3) and assertions (1) and (2) are equivalent for any finite set π. The fact that there exist examples of finite sets π and finite groups G such that G contains more than one conjugacy class of π-Hall subgroups gives a negative answer to the question mentioned. Our main result shows that the requirement of finiteness for π is unessential for (1), (2), and (3) to be equivalent.