Offering is largest ever retail-sector listing from Russia, but shares fall by 12%.
Depositary Receipts (ADR/GDR)
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Russia's Tinkoff Credit Systems Bank plans to raise US$750mn in its London Stock Exchange launch later this year.
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Sberbank CIB are joint global co-ordinators on the deal, joined by JP Morgan and Renaissance Capital as joint bookrunners.
The deal will be cheered by depositary receipts bankers – as our latest report highlights, many were downbeat over the EMEA IPO outlook.
Nigeria’s Zenith Bank has started investor meetings in London ahead of listing global depositary receipts (GDRs) on the London Stock Exchange.
The management team hopes to increase international analyst coverage, boost liquidity and broaden the bank’s investor base.
The listing will see the bank issue receipts each representing 50 shares. JP Morgan is acting as depositary bank.