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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Graham Fahy' s stories

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  • ziggo1

    Ziggo could lift Avio

    Equities | 27 October 2012

    Cinven and Warburg Pincus are building a good reputation among equity investors with their gradual exit from Ziggo. Bankers suggest the two, particularly Cinven, which made a lot of friends through its IPO and exit from Amadeus, could mark themselves out from the rest of private equity and receive a warmer welcome when they offer further assets in the future.

  • Mail

    Zero allocations cause upset on Royal Mail

    Top News | 11 October 2013

    The UK government decision to zero retail investor orders in excess of £10,000 for the £1.72bn Royal Mail IPO may come back to haunt it when the time is right to complete a considerably bigger sale in Lloyds Banking Group.

  • MoneySupermarket

    You're so not MoneySuperMarket

    Top News | 27 March 2015

    An attempted £100m sale of shares in MoneySuperMarket by founder Simon Nixon on Wednesday has revealed an emerging sense of caution among investors. Nixon was forced to reduce the number of shares on offer, before finally conceding defeat and pulling the deal entirely when inve

  • ING

    Yield-hungry investors scramble for NN

    Top News | 04 July 2014

    The promise of a generous and dependable yield still carries the day, as ING showed with a monster spin-off of its insurance arm NN Group on Wednesday. Demand for shares in NN was so great that the Dutch lender increased the size of the IPO on the final day by 10% – to sell 77m shares at €20 apiece, raising €1.54bn in a deal set to be Europe’s largest flotation this year.

  • Worries grow as overnight share sales cancel

    Ticker | 25 March 2015

    Today’s attempted sale of shares in Moneysupermarket by Simon Nixon has revealed an emerging sense of caution among investors. The founder was forced to reduce the number of shares on offer, before finally conceding defeat and pulling the deal entirely when investors refused to meet his price.

  • Worldpay snubs suitor for IPO

    Equities | 18 September 2015

    The private equity firms behind payment processing company Worldpay are charging ahead with a public offering, despite receiving a £6.6bn bid from French payment company Ingenico. Bain Capital and Advent considered a trade sale for weeks, but worries about how Ingenico would raise the cash caused the owners to stick with their

  • Bill Winters

    Winters acts as StanChart returns collapse

    Top News | 06 November 2015

    A decade of rapid expansion at Standard Chartered has come to a shuddering halt as its new management grapples with the consequences of unprofitable relationships, depressed commodity prices and difficult trading conditions in several of its core markets.

  • CFO

    Windeln collapses on debut

    Capital City | 06 May 2015

    Bankers on Windeln must be wondering what it is about public offerings of German online retailers that causes investors to rush for shares, only to wake up the following morning and decide they have paid way too much, and need to sell out immediately. Shares in the online baby and toddler products retailer have lost 18.9% so far today in a debut that drew comparisons with the first few trading days for peer Zalando last October.

  • Windeln

    Windeln collapses on debut

    Top News | 08 May 2015

    Bankers on the listing of Windeln were left wondering what it is about public offerings of German online retailers that causes investors to rush for shares, only to wake up the following morning and decide they have paid way too much and need to sell out immediately.

  • AIB

    What price DTAs? Investors question AIB's valuation

    Top News | 16 June 2017

    The Irish government’s attempt to sell shares in bailed out Allied Irish Banks is being hampered by an argument over the inclusion of deferred tax assets - where past losses can offset future tax liabilities - in its valuation.

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