Terveystalo’s IPO biggest in Finland since ’98

By Aidan Gregory
11 Oct 2017

Shares in Terveystalo Healthcare, the Finnish private healthcare business owned by EQT Partners, rose 7% on Wednesday morning after they began trading in Helsinki. The company's IPO closed a day early due to the strength of demand.

At €761m, Terveystalo’s IPO is the biggest in Finland since the FIM7.1bn (€1.2bn) flotation of Sonera Group in November 1998, according to Dealogic.

Carnegie, Morgan Stanley and SEB were global coordinators, Jefferies, and OP Corporate bookrunners. Lazard was financial adviser to the company.

The IPO consisted ...

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