With IWB wine makes its debut in the financial world
Italian Wine Brands arrives on the Milan Stock Exchange as the first wine production company to be listed. The Group put together Giordano Vini, a historical company in Piedmont in direct sale of wines, and Provinco Italia, a company from Trent that works in international distribution. A winning combination that promises significant volumes.
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2015 – a year of records for debuts on the Milan market. IWB is among the IPOs listed on the AIM
Italian Wine Brands is part of the four IPOs listed on the AIM in the first quarter of 2015 (together with big names such as Mobyt, Digitouch and Caleido). A total of more than forty IPOs were launched with the aim of listing, moving an enormous amount of liquidity on the markets.
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The results for IWB’s first month on the market
The figures for Italian Wine Brands a month after the start of trading on the AIM market (the stock exchange index dedicated to SMEs). Growth and subscription percentages for the IWB stock on the Italian Stock Exchange.
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Italian Wine Brands debuts with +8% for its stock on the AIM Italia
The memorable entry of IWB onto the stock exchange. It entered in a volatility auction with a target price of 12 euros and a last valid price of 11.93 euros (+19.3%), and closed the session at 10.81 euros, with an incredible +8%.
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IWB’s debut on the AIM Italia
On 29 January 2015 Italian Wine Brands Spa made its debut on the AIM Italia, the Italian Stock Exchange market dedicated to SMEs, launched by the investment vehicle Ipo Challenger. The company brings together two other companies active in wine production and distribution: Giordano Vini and Provinco Italia.
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Italian wine’s debut on the Stock Exchange
IWB is the first listed wine-growing and producing company thanks to the operation launched by Ipo Challenger Spa. 22 million in assets (from the subsidiaries Giordano Vini and Provinco Italia) for the establishment of Italian Wine Brands, over 41 million in cash from Ipo Challenger and 3 million more from the Giordano shareholders.
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IWB leads: first wine group listed on the stock exchange
Italian Wine Brands earns the distinction of being the first group in the wine-making and producing sector to be listed on the Italian Stock Exchange. Green light for admission to the AIM of the ordinary shares and warrants of IWB, a group with a turnover of 140 million euros.
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Giordano wines and Provinco on the Stock Market with IWB
January 29, 2015 is the day the ordinary shares and warrants of Italian Wine Brands Spa (IWB) were admitted for trading on the AIM Italia. The new wine group was born from the consolidation of Giordano Vini Spa (partially held by the Private Equity Partners fund) and Provinco Italia Spa, founded by Alessandro Mutinelli, into a single holding company.
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Piazza Affari toasts wine with IWB
Italian Wine Brands is the first important group in the Italian wine sector to appear on the stock exchange. It presents itself as an aggregator in the sector, consolidating two wine-making companies: Giordano Vini, that operates in direct distribution to end customers, with wineries in Piedmont and Apulia, and Provinco Italia, specialized in export through the LSR sector for the food & beverage sector.
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The vintners’ pact: alliances are the driver between business and finance
The Italian equity market is increasingly lively, enterprises and funds are allying for the common good. In 2015 numerous newcomers are joining the market through SPACs (financial structures supporting IPOs), including Italian Wine Brands Spa (that consolidates Giordano Vini and Provinco Italia), the target of IPO Challenger.
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