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New Issues/IPOs

An Initial Public Offering/Flotation/New Issue is simply the first sale of shares in a company, usually to institutions like private equity houses, asset managers and pension funds. In some cases individuals can apply for shares directly at a fixed price. New Issues also occur when a quoted company issues additional shares.

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Global Ports Holding plc Share Offer – Now Closed and Allocations Confirmed

12 May 2017

Applications for the Global Ports Holding plc Share Offer are now closed.

If you applied for up to £10,000 of shares through Redmayne-Bentley, your application has been allocated in full. If you applied for more than £10,000 you have been allocated the first £10,000 of your application in full plus 75 per cent of the excess amount, subject to a maximum total allocation of £77,492.80 (10,472 shares).

In all cases such allocation has been rounded down to the nearest whole share.

For example for an application of £30,000 you will receive 3,378 shares rounded down to the nearest whole share.

Conditional dealings started on the London Stock Exchange at 8am on 12th May 2017 under the symbol “GPH” and ISIN GB00BD2ZT390.

Unconditional dealings are expected to commence on the London Stock Exchange at 8am on 17th May 2017. 

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