Wednesday, 02 September 2015

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  • Agricultural Development Bank logo

    Way clear for ADB to relaunch IPO

    Equities | 21 August 2015

    The IPO of Agricultural Development Bank is in limbo following the end of proceedings to block the float in the Supreme Court but with no decision on relaunching last week. A revival of the privatisation is imminent and should simply involve a new closing date, with no terms of the deal required to change

  • sainsury

    Sainsbury shops around for best price

    Top News | 24 July 2015

    A new sterling offer from J Sainsbury brought the corporate hybrid market back to life on Thursday, after a combination of interest-rate and Greece-related volatility put a swift halt on new supply in recent months.

  • Danaher

    DCM stalls, but ECM stands firm

    Top News | 03 July 2015

    While the bond markets have not been entirely closed by events in Greece, there has been precious little new issuance in spite of a pipeline that has been continuing to grow.

  • Greek

    European IPOs in doubt as Greece finally has an impact

    Capital City | 29 June 2015

    The Greek debt crisis has hit European ECM like a truck this morning, after a period where primary issuance had been remarkably insulated from events in Southern Europe.

  • Converts defy bond market pause

    Structured Equity | 26 June 2015

    The pipeline of European corporates awaiting the chance to issue bonds is bulging with many deals having completed roadshows but not yet launched, as Greece casts its shadow over the market. The equity-linked market, however, tells a different story with three convertible bonds issued last week.

  • Ingengico

    Repeat issuer and debutant launch convertible bonds

    Capital City | 23 June 2015

    Equity-linked investors in Europe are running the rule over a brace of new issues this morning. Ingenico Group’s seven-years bonds are the more eye-catching due to a €500m deal size, but the SFr150m issue by Swiss construction company Implenia is likely to offer better value.

  • Amplitude Surgical logo

    Amplitude Surgical prepares for US expansion with float

    Equities | 12 June 2015

    Amplitude Surgical is a rare chance to buy into a European company with a remarkable track record of generating and growing profits, but with a plan to grow massively using the proceeds of its IPO. The French company specialises in lower limb orthopaedics, so is up against US giants such as Stryker (US$36.3bn market cap) and Zimmer (US$19.4bn) and is all set to expand into the US market.

  • crowd montenegro

    An IPO for everyone

    Equities | 12 June 2015

    Corporates and bankers are pulling out all the stops in order to complete the maximum number of IPOs before the summer break brings an enforced period of quiet on the EMEA region. So far this year, issuance is tracking a little behind the strong performance of 2014, with issue volumes in dollar terms down 5% and the number of listings falling nearly 12%.

  • Foxtons logo

    BC Partners sells up from Foxtons

    Equities | 05 June 2015

    BC Partners has completed its exit from UK estate agency Foxtons, closing in style what has at times been a difficult investment for the private equity company. The sale of its final 7% holding was completed overnight on Wednesday by sole bookrunner Jefferies.

  • Douglas Holding logo

    Strategics get mojo back to dismay of IPO investors

    Equities | 05 June 2015

    The aggressive competition between public and private markets was reiterated last week as the IPO of cosmetics and perfume retailer Douglas was cancelled on the second day of pre-marketing and long-term IPO prospect

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