Trio of investors sell 16.9% of Taptica International
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.Launched after ...
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