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Helios Towers raised $364m in London IPO

Mobile telephone infrastructure company Helios Towers raised $364 million and listed on the London Stock Exchange yesterday 15 October. The stock HTWS launched at the bottom of the target price range at 115p and traded in a range of 115.00 – 126.98 over the day. Excluding the “greenshoe” extension the offer raised $318m, according to […]

$1.8bn Helios Towers closing London IPO on 14 Oct

Africa’s next mega-listing on the London Stock Exchange is an African company that operates 7,000 towers in the mobile telecommunications sector that continues to show strong growth. According a a recent report on Reuters, Helios Towers Ltd has priced its initial public offering (IPO) at 115-145 pence per share on 2 October, implying a total […]

Airtel Africa confirms June $750m listing in London

Airtel Africa has confirmed that it is going ahead in June 2019 with its $750 million listing on the main market of the London Stock Exchange, as flagged up in January in our article. Owned by India’s Bharti Airtel, it is Africa’s second biggest mobile operator with operations in 14 countries and has 99m subscribers […]

Africa-focused Vivo Energy soars after £548m IPO on London SE

Africa’s £1.98 billion ($2.68bn) megalisting Vivo Energy (VVO) soared in its first 2 days of trading on the London Stock Exchange (dual-listed in Johannesburg ) on 10-11 May after a successful initial public offer (IPO) raised £548m.

London Stock Exchange appoints David Schwimmer as CEO

The London Stock Exchange has appointed 49-year-old David Schwimmer as its new CEO, starting on 1 August. He has been working for investment bank Goldman Sachs for the last 20 years

UK regulator accused of dropping standards to woo $2 trillion listing

Investor institutions are protesting moves by UK capital-markets regulator, Financial Conduct Authority, to alter listing standards to accommodate a potential $2 trillion listing of Aramco on the London Stock Exchange, the world’s biggest listing.

London Stock Exchange £24.5bn merger with Deutsche Börse in doubt

There is doubt on a £24.5bn merger between London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse after European Commission demand that LSE sell a 60% stake in platform MTS.

London Stock Exchange allowed to give Hong Kong brokers direct access

The London Stock Exchange has a licence from Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission so Hong Kong stockbrokers can join as direct members and trade in LSE-listed stocks and bonds.

London Stock Exchange offering to Africa

According to London Stock Exchange, there are 115 listings of companies focused on sub-Saharan African markets including 26 on the Main Market and 84 on AIM, the growth market.

Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange: 8 weeks to launch new African trading system and CSD

After a high-speed 8 weeks installation, Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) successfully “went live” on 27 June with an integrated trading system and clearing and settlement technology supplied by South Africa’s Securities and Trading Technology (STT).