Nanofilm Tech revives SGX with $346m IPO

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By Jonathan Breen
19 Oct 2020

Nanofilm Technologies International is giving the Singapore Exchange some much-needed IPO activity, launching the first main board listing on the bourse since the beginning of the year.

The company, which was spun-off by Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University in 1999, is listing through a mixed offer of new and existing shares. It is eyeing S$470.3m ($346.4m). 

Credit Suisse and OCBC are leading the IPO as joint issue managers and global co-ordinators. Citi is also a global co-ordinator, ...

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