Macron’s numbers come up as FDJ pops in aftermarket

By Sam Kerr
21 Nov 2019

The successful IPO of Française des Jeux, the French gaming company that runs the national lottery, this week gave encouragement to government plans to privatise more state assets. Sam Kerr reports.

BNP ParibasCitiGoldman Sachs and Société Générale were global co-ordinators on the deal. Crédit AgricoleHSBC and Natixis were bookrunners.

The deal was priced at €19.90 a share, the top of the initial range set by the French state for the sale. The transaction traded up on its first day ...

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