Private equity giant CVC chooses Amsterdam for €1.25bn IPO

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Eve Maddock-Jones
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Private equity giant CVC Capital Partners has announced its intention to launch its long-awaited public offering, opting for the Euronext Amsterdam stock exchange.

The company said it believes the IPO will "provide an enduring long-term institutional structure to support the group's continued growth and evolution" and provide access to the public capital markets, increasing the firm's profile, and enable it to "invest in its people". The European private equity firm is targeting a minimum €1.25bn fundraise for the listing, after previously postponing its plans due to upheaval in the Middle East. RIT Capital Partners set for portfolio boost as two private holdings line up IPO and tender offer CVC has delayed its IPO twice in as many years due ...

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