Poland cashes in on 10% block of miner KGHM through accelerated bookbuild

The Polish treasury on Thursday night priced an accelerated bookbuild of up to 10% of mining business KGHM Polska Miedz.

  • 08 Jan 2010
The deal will net Poland around Z2bn ($700m), based on Thursday’s close of Z104.1. Official pricing will be announced on Friday. Shares have been offered primarily to local investors but also to funds in the UK, continental Europe and the US. Citi, Deutsche, ING and Zachodni WBK were ...

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