IMI, UBM launch Hera IPO as AEM Torino offers rights issue

  • 13 Jun 2003

Bologna-based multi-utility Hera this week launched its Eu364m-Eu500m IPO, aiming to become the first continental European company to float since Meta Modena, another Italian utility, raised Eu63m in March.

Banca IMI and UniCredit Banca Mobiliare are bookrunners, with ABN Amro Rothschild having been squeezed out a few weeks ago. ABN is now a global ...

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4 JPMorgan 15,832.35 43 5.34%
5 UniCredit 13,242.71 72 4.47%

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