The bank on Friday sold 188m shares at €17.75 each – a 20% stake
ABN Amro has Friday raised €3.3bn
(£2.3b) in its highly-anticipated initial public
offering, with shares selling around the middle of the expected
€16-€20 price range.
The Amsterdam-based bank sold 188 million
shares at €17.75 each - representing a 20% stake - which
gives the bailed-out bank a valuation of €16.7bn.
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