No IPO planned for Naspers Amsterdam float

South African technology conglomerate Naspers is set to list its international assets in a new company on the Euronext Amsterdam, creating what is likely to be the largest internet consumer company in Europe. But there will not be an initial public offering as part of the transaction.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 25 Mar 2019

The new company will likely be one of the largest stocks across the Euronext and around 75% will be owned by Naspers. It will have a free float of approximately 25%.

However, Naspers confirmed to GlobalCapital that the 25% free float will be comprised entirely of shares issued ...

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