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SINGAPORE, Sept 19 (IFR) - Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ is selling shares totalling M$2.54bn–$2.60bn (US$605m-$620m) in Malaysia’s CIMB Group in the M$6.15–$6.30 range, according to a term sheet. Around 412.5m shares (or 4.56% of the share capital) are being sold in the clean-up trade and the price range represents a 2.5%–4.8% discount to the pre-deal close of M$6.46. CIMB, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley are the bookrunners. (Reporting by Anuradha Subramanyan)
MUMBAI SBI Life Insurance Co will launch next week what will be India's first billion-dollar initial public offering since 2010, paving the way for a record-setting year for IPOs in the country.
SINGAPORE, July 19 (IFR) - State-owned investment firm Khazanah has launched a M$571m–$581m (US$133m–$136m) block in Malaysia’s CIMB in the M$6.31–$6.42 per share range.
SINGAPORE, May 11 (IFR) - Private Indian lender Kotak Mahindra Bank has set the price range at Rs930–Rs936 for its Rs57.6bn–Rs58bn (US$895m–$901m) qualified institutional placement.
British telecoms operator Vodafone has picked Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA), Kotak Investment Banking and UBS as joint global coordinators of its Indian unit's IPO, people familiar with the matter said, kicking off its long-awaited listing plan.
SINGAPORE, Oct 14 (IFR) - India's securities regulator has barred property developer DLF and some of its executives from tapping the capital markets for three years for failure to disclose key information in its 2007 IPO.
SINGAPORE Reliance Communications Ltd has set an indicative price range for the Singapore initial public offering of its undersea cable unit that could raise as much as $1 billion and help the parent reduce its debt load, IFR Asia reported on Monday.
SINGAPORE India's Reliance Communications Ltd has set an indicative price range for the Singapore initial public offering of its undersea cable unit that could raise as much as $1 billion and help the parent reduce its debt load, IFR Asia reported on Monday.