Trio of investors sell 16.9% of Taptica International

By Aidan Gregory
26 Jul 2017

Shares in Taptica International, the London-listed Israeli digital marketing solutions company, closed 5.4% lower on Wednesday after three investors sold a 16.9% stake for £39.5m, through an accelerated bookbuild on Tuesday night.

The block trade was led by Berenberg and FinnCap as bookrunners.

It consisted of a total of 10.25m shares sold by Ehud Levy, the Israeli private equity investor, along with Maia Shiran and Ariel Cababie, two of the founders of Marimedia, the Israeli advertising firm.

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