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Angola’s privatisation of Endiama has reached the assessment phase

Angola’s privatisation of Endiama has reached the assessment phase

The IPO calendar for one of Africa’s largest diamond producers is still set for 2022. However, the stock exchange for the flotation has yet to be selected.

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            ▪ Angola’s privatisation of Endiama has reached the assessment phase

▪ The IPO calendar for one of Africa’s largest diamond producers is still set for 2022. However, the stock exchange for the flotation has yet to be selected.

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20/02/2020 at 18h13, by Jeune Afrique Business+

After reorganising the mining company’s assets, the financial advisors are on track to wrap up the group’s comprehensive assessment, according to information obtained by Jeune Afrique Business+. The next step will call for structuring the offer by type of investor, particularly the amounts that will be allocated for small shareholders, the company’s employees and a potential strategic partner.

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