September 27, 2019
Brazil's Omega Geração said it has earned BRL831m ($199m) from a follow-on offering, selling 27.7m common shares for BRL30.00 each.
The Belo Horizonte-based renewable energy company and the underwriters, Bank of America, Credit Suisse, BTG Pactual, Santander and XP Investimentos, decided not to increase the size of the offering by up to 35%, or 9.69m shares, Omega said in a securities filing.
Shares in Omega rose 2.48% to close at BRL32.59 on Thursday. The new shares begin trading on the B3 sto
Brazilian renewable energy company earns $199m for acquisitions