Belgacom emboldens IPO mart in Eu5bn rush of deals

The European IPO market made another big stride towards full recovery this week, as five companies floated for a total of over Eu5bn.

  • 26 Mar 2004

Belgacom, the Belgian national telecom company, completed the largest European IPO since Orange, the UK mobile phone company, floated for Eu9bn in 2001. Belgacom's Eu3.3bn deal was also the world's biggest IPO since Travelers Property Casualty in March 2002.

In Scandinavia, two large deals ended ...

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