Update: Inside Secure prices near top

Inside Secure, the contactless chip firm going public in Paris, on Friday priced a €69m IPO towards the top of the indicative range following a five times oversubscribed offer. The company resisted the temptation to push pricing higher despite a lack of investor sensitivity given the grim fate of so many other deals over the last year and another this week.

  • 17 Feb 2012

Joint bookrunners BNP Paribas and Natixis priced the deal at €8.30 a share after exercising the extension option in full, to give the company proceeds of €69m and a market capitalisation of €261m. The all-primary deal has put 26.4% of the firm into free-float.

French accounts bought 50%-60%, ...

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