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First debut in 2015: Italian Wine Brands on AIM Italia

Jan 29 2015 - 13:00

-        IWB is the first wine group listed on Borsa Italiana

-        58 companies on AIM Italia

 

Italian Wine Brands S.p.A. debuts today on AIM Italia, Borsa Italiana’s market dedicated to SMEs.

Italian Wine Brands, active in the production and distribution of wine, has been created by the merger of Giordano Vini and Provinco Italia. The merger has been promoted by the investment vehicle Ipo Challenger.
The free-float on AIM Italia is 61,2%, and UBI Banca S.C.p.A. is the Nomad of the operation.

Barbara Lunghi, Head of Mid and Small Caps, Borsa Italiana, said:
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Italian Wine Brands in Borsa Italiana as first debut of 2015, the year of Expo Milano, when the sector of Food & Beverage will be a protagonist. The production and distribution of wine is an element of excellence which characterizes Italy in the world. With this company, for the first time, a wine company chooses Borsa Italiana and AIM Italia as instruments of growth.”

Massimiliano Lagreca, Head of Large Caps & Investment Vehicles, Borsa Italiana, declared:
“Italian Wine Brands’ debut confirms the interest of managers and investors in investment vehicles, which facilitate the access to market for SMEs”.

Today, Italian Wine Brands will be included in FTSE AIM Italia.

 

For further information, please contact:
Media Relations
Oriana Pagano
Sofia Crosta
+39 02 7242 6360
media.relations@borsaitaliana.it
Twitter: @BorsaItalianaIT

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