Philippines ICT docks $199m block after increase

International Container Terminal Services (ICT) took advantage of its buoyant share price to launch a block sale on Tuesday night, which netted the company $199m after it increased the deal in response to strong investor demand.

  • 17 May 2013

The Philippine company had originally planned to sell 70m shares but books were quickly covered after the deal was launched, convincing the leads to exercise an increase option for a final deal size of 90m shares, said a syndicate banker at one of the bookrunners.

Indicative pricing had ...

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