CIMB and Minsheng blocks entice investors

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ cleaned up its position in CIMB Group this week, offloading more than 400m shares in an accelerated bookbuild to raise MR2.55bn ($607m).

  • By Jonathan Breen
  • 21 Sep 2017
Joint bookrunners CIMB, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley launched bookbuilding after Malaysian markets closed on Tuesday. With 412.5m shares (4.56% of CIMB’s stock) up for grabs, the trio went about attracting investors with a price range of MR6.15-MR6.3 apiece. The range offered a discount of 2.5%-4.8% to CIMB’s ...

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