Tatton Asset Management to launch £51m IPO in July

List on 6 July on AIM market

Tom Eckett
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Lothar Mentel will be part of Tatton's five-man board
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Lothar Mentel will be part of Tatton's five-man board

Discretionary fund manager and advisory services provider Tatton Asset Management has unveiled plans for a £51.6m initial public offering (IPO) on the AIM market next month.

Founded in 2007 by CEO Paul Hogarth, the firm is seeking to raise £10m in new money and £41.6m for the selling shareholders at a price of 156p per share. Tatton Asset Management is made up of three...

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