ITALY: Prada Prepares For Possible May Flotation
By just-style.com | 2 April 2001
Prada, the Milan-based luxury goods group, is believed to have pencilled in a May flotation, but executives are keeping close tabs on the volatile markets, UK newspaper the Independent said today.. Prada chairman Patrizio Bertelli said last year that the company would list between 25 per cent and 30 per cent of the business - which could be worth up to £4bn - on the Milanese stock exchange.
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