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Eurazeo plans to sell major stake in Moncler via IPO
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Nov '13
Moncler announced the launch of its IPO on the Telematic Stock Market (Mercato Telematico Azionario (MTA)) of the Italian Stock Exchange in a price range of between €8.75 and €10.20 per ordinary share.

The public offering period will begin on November 28, 2013 and should end on December 11, 2013. The final IPO price should be set by the December 13, 2013 and trading of the Moncler shares on the MTA could start on December 16, 2013 at the earliest.

In connection with this IPO, ECIP M, a company controlled by Eurazeo, would offer for sale 36.85% of its shareholding interest (as part of the full exercise of the greenshoe option involving 15% of the Global Offering).

Based on the maximum sale percentage, in the six days following the completion of the IPO, ECIP M would assign 5.08% of Moncler’s capital to its shareholders other than Eurazeo and its co-investment fund Eurazeo Partners and would therefore hold 23.33% of Moncler’s capital.

Eurazeo would thus sell approximately 37% of its investment in Moncler and would hold at the end of this transaction, including through its investment in Eurazeo Partners, 19.71% of the share capital of Moncler.

About Eurazeo

With nearly 4 billion euros in diversified assets, Eurazeo is one of the leading listed investment companies in Europe. Its mission is to identify, accelerate and enhance the transformation potential of companies in which it invests.

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