Finablr and Airtel next out of packed EM IPO pipeline

Primary EM equity capital markets IPOs are back in vogue, riding the momentum of secondary equity EM indices. With investors clamouring for alpha, Middle Eastern and African IPO issuers are lining up to test the appetite for new deals.

  • By Sam Kerr
  • 11 Apr 2019

Network International, the Dubai-based payments company that operates across the Middle East and Africa, began trading in London on Wednesday and rose 20% on its first day of trading following its £1bn IPO (see separate story).

On the same day Finablr, the Abu Dhabi-based cross-border currency and financial ...

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