India’s Bombay exchange gets head start in race to list

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By Jonathan Breen
28 Jan 2016

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has finally set in motion its plans to go public, which have been three years in the making. Investors and bankers are sitting up and paying attention as Asia’s oldest exchange gets ready for one of the most high-profile IPOs in India this year. Jonathan Breen reports.

BSE, which is looking to raise as much as $200m with its float, is attracting a lot of interest by being the first Indian exchange to release its listing plans. The National Stock Exchange is also mulling an IPO, but bankers reckon BSE has a stronger selling point ...

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