By Joyce Lee SEOUL, Oct 18 (Reuters) - South Korean train manufacturer Hyundai Rotem Company raised 622.4 billion won ($585.22 million) in an initial public offering, capitalising on robust demand for the country's largest IPO since 2010 and a lack of similar-sized listings. The offering of 27.06 million shares was priced at 23,000 won per share, at the top of an 17,000-23,000 won indicative range, making it South Korea's fourth largest IPO since 2006, when the ...
To access this content simply register below now.
Registering is easy and allows you to:
- Access all WardsAuto.com public content and newswire stories
- Participate in forums
- Comment on articles
- Sign up for e-newsletters
And much more!