Investors pour into Nexi in first trade since IPO

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By Sam Kerr
10 Jan 2020

Equity capital markets investors jumped at the chance to buy shares in Nexi, the Italian payments company, as it returned with its first transaction since IPO.

The selling shareholder was Mercury UK Holdco, a vehicle owned by Nexi’s IPO sellers Advent International, Bain Capital and Clessidra.

Citi and Goldman Sachs were global coordinators on the trade. Barclays, Banca IMI and Mediobanca were bookrunners.

The funds sold 48.45m shares in the Italian ...

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