Investors pile into debut Team17 block trade

Lloyds Development Capital, the private equity division of Lloyds Bank, has completed the first selldown of shares in Team17, the UK games developer, since its IPO on the London Stock Exchange in May last year.

  • By Aidan Gregory
  • 27 Mar 2019

Berenberg, the IPO global coordinator, was bookrunner on the share placing.

LDC sold 7.28m shares in Team17, equivalent to a 5.5% stake and around a third of its holding, for £17m. It has reduced its holding in the company to 11.1%.

“It was a good little deal,” ...

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