Indonesian companies start re-IPO roadshows

Indonesia’s ECM market has sprung to life, after two issuers launched management roadshows within a few days of each other. Conglomerate Sinar Mas and mining company Petrosea launched re-IPOs — additional share sales on top of small outstanding floats — last week.

  • 31 Jan 2012
The two companies are hoping to take advantage of the strong performance of the stock market in Indonesia this year, and want to move ahead of the rush to launch deals in Asia after Chinese New Year holidays last week. The Jakarta Stock Exchange Composite Index has risen ...

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