Italian clothier Moncler is expected to raise a total of about €784 million in its initial public offering after arranging banks Goldman Sachs Group, Bank of American Merrill Lynch and Mediobanca exercised the listing's greenshoe over-allotment option.
Italian ski wear maker Moncler intends to price its initial public offering at €10.20 per share, the top of its earlier indicated range. The deal will reportedly raise €585 million to €681 million.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported on Friday including Statoil, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, ThyssenKrupp, Mercator, Avivasa Emeklilik, Hayat Sigorta, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Telus Corp, Atrium Innovations and John Hardy
Moncler will be making a second attempt at an IPO, and is seeking to raise EUR 783 million or USD 1.1 billion in the share sale. Moncler is an Italy-based maker of ski wear.
France's Credit Agricole said it will cut its holding in investment firm Eurazeo. The French bank will sell 3.2 million Eurazeo shares and zero-coupon convertibles equivalent to a maximun of 5.1 million shares.
In an exclusive interview with news site the Financial Times, Chairman and creative director Remo Ruffini of the French-Italian clothing company Moncler said that they had plans for an IPO listing this year.
Moncler will be trying an IPO the second time around.
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