Samsung SDS thinks big as it files for $1.1bn IPO

By Lorraine Cushnie
30 Sep 2014

Samsung SDS has filed for its long awaited IPO and is looking to raise as much as W1.2tr ($1.1bn) at the top end of the range. At that size it would be the biggest IPO in South Korea since 2010.

The technology logistics company, a subsidiary of the Samsung conglomerate, is planning to offer 6.1m shares at a range of W150,0000-W190,000, according to a stock exchange filing.

Investors will have to wait until the end of the month to get their hands on the shares, with books ...

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