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Sanlorenzo reports 2019 net revenue up 39% to €455.9m

Sanlorenzo reports 2019 net revenue up 39% to €455.9m

All Sanlorenzo’s divisions reported growth in preliminary full-year results posted today. Superyacht builder Sanlorenzo has reported a 39.3% increase in net revenue to €455.9m from new-yacht sales in its prelimnary results for 2019.  The Italian yacht builder also posted adjusted

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OPINION: Sanlorenzo’s flotation comes in a tough year for launches

OPINION: Sanlorenzo’s flotation comes in a tough year for launches

This year has proved to be far from vintage for initial public offerings (IPOs) – with mixed results, but Sanlorenzo is ending the year on a high. Its shares were listed at €16 each on the Italian stock exchange, the

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Sanlorenzo shares start trading at €16 each after IPO confirmed

Sanlorenzo shares start trading at €16 each after IPO confirmed

Massimo Perotti, executive chairman and of Sanlorenzo and EY award winner, remains the majority shareholder after the IPO. Sanlorenzo’s shares began trading at €16 each on the Italian stock exchange, the Borsa Italiana, on Wednesday December 11, after the superyacht

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Sanlorenzo aiming for €650m valuation as float nears

Sanlorenzo aiming for €650m valuation as float nears

Massimo Perotti was named as Italy’s Entrepreneur of the Year by EY.  He will continue to be the majority shareholder after the float. Sanlorenzo, the Italian yard, is hoping to be worth between €552m and about €656m when it lists

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OPINION: Ferretti float sinks … but not without trace

OPINION: Ferretti float sinks … but not without trace

Launching an IPO is a lot riskier than launching a yacht, as Ferretti Group demonstrated yesterday. Ferretti has given up its plan to sell 30% of the company on Borsa Italiana. Ferretti had been hoping to list at between €2.5

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