Galliford Try raises £164m to offset Carillion costs

UK construction company Galliford Try has raised £164m through a rights issue to cover the costs related to the collapse of construction and facilities management firm Carillion in January, after the successful conclusion of its fully underwritten rights issue on Monday.

  • By Aidan Gregory
  • 16 Apr 2018

The one for three deal, announced in mid-February, consisted of 27.4m new shares at an offer price of 569p, a 32.8% discount to the theoretical ex-rights price. HSBC, Peel Hunt and Barclays were bookrunners.

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