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Saudi food delivery app plans to collect up to $428 million from IPO

Saudi food delivery app plans to collect up to $428 million from IPO

Saudi food delivery app plans to collect up to $428 million from IPO

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RIYADH: Jahez International Company for Information Systems Technology, a leading Saudi online food delivery platform, plans to collect up to SR1.6 billion ($428 million), Arab News quoted a filing, as showing.

The company, also known as Jahez, set the price range for its initial public offering on Nomu Parallel Market between SR750 and SR850/share.

The company offered 1.89 million shares, representing 18 per cent of its capital after the offering.

HSBC Saudi Arabia is the financial adviser, lead book-runner, lead manager, and stabilisation manager for the listing.

The minimum number of shares for participating entities is set at 7,500, while the maximum number is 524,590.

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The final offer price will be set after the completion of the book building process, which will run for qualified investors from December 9 to December 13, the statement said.

In case individual qualified investors subscribe to the shares allocated for them, the lead book-runner will have the right to reduce the number of offer shares allocated to institutional qualified investors to 1.62 million shares, at a minimum, representing 85.6 per cent of the total number of offer shares.

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