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Steinhoff International has raised at least R15.4bn for its African retail assets, which it plans to list separately on the JSE.
Steinhoff International has raised at least R15.4bn for its African retail assets, which it plans to list separately on the JSE.

Steinhoff raises R15.4bn for Star ahead of listing

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bdlive.co.za - Sep 15th 2017, 14:21

Steinhoff International said on Friday it had raised at least R15.4bn for its African retail assets, which it plans to list separately on the JSE on Wednesday. 

The proceeds were raised though the private placement of 750-million shares at R20.50 per share, which will represent 21.74% of the total issued shares for Steinhoff Africa Retail (Star) after the listing.

Empowerment group Lancaster Group has been allocated 302,439,024 shares to tune of R6.2bn as the part of the group’s commitment to support black economic empowerment.

Star will have a market capitalisation of about R70.7bn, based on a total of 3.45-billion shares in issue.

The proceeds would be used distributed to subsidiaries of Steinhoff International.

Star’s retail brands include Pep and Ackermans, which sell mainly clothes, and JD Group, which houses furniture retail chains.


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