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Promsvyazbank to attract $ 500 million via IPO
25.09.2012 12:09
Promsvyazbank to attract $ 500 million via IPO

On Monday OJSC Promsvyazbank has claimed about its intention to hold IPO with listing in Moscow and London.  The expected sum of investments is estimated into $ 500 million, says The Vedomosti.

The attracted means might be used by Promsvyazbank for strengthening the structure of capital, for supporting the development of the bank’s activity and for successful strategy fulfillment. The bank does not report about the sum of investments. 

According to The Vedomosti, Promsvyazbank means to hold IPO in shortened terms till the mid of October.  About 30% of shares will be offered to investors for the total sum of about $ 500 million. HSBC, JPMorgan and Renaissance Capital are appointed the deal organizers. 

Open Joint-Stock Company Promsvyazbank (PSB) is one of Russia’s leading privately owned banks, successfully operating since 1995.

One of Russia’s largest banks. As at 1 April 2011, PSB ranked 10th by assets among Russian banks, according to Interfax information agency. From being a No. 63 bank by assets in 1998, in ten years PSB has grown into one of the largest banks in Russia.



Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business Russian banks Promsvyazbank   

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