Iguá turns on IPO again

Iguá turns on IPO again

Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy IPO Equity Brazil Latin America

Brazilian water and wastewater company Iguá Saneamento has restarted its initial public offering (IPO), picking up a deal that had stalled, as investment bank BR Partners and three others announced plans to list shares on the B3 stock exchange in São Paulo. Iguá previously filed for an IPO in August last year, but it called off the deal after failing to reach an agreement with investors on the value of the company. Iguá has kept the same bookrunners – Bradesco BBI, Itaú BBA, Bank of America, BTG

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