Trading of ordinary shares of Globaltruck Management PJSC will start on the Moscow Exchange with trading code: GTRK, MOEX announced earlier. BCS Global Markets acted as joint global coordinator and joint bookrunner of the placement.
Within the public offering on the MOEX, shares for the total amount of RUB 3.5 billion excluding the over-allotment option (the “base offering”) and RUB 3.85 billion assuming full exercise of the over-allotment option at the price of RUB 132 per Share, which corresponds to the market capitalization of the company of RUB 7.7 bln. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) acted as anchor investor.
The shares of Globaltruck Management PJSC will be traded in the Growth Sector established by the Moscow Exchange to attract investments by small-cap and mid-cap companies.
The transaction comes as BCS Group released its H1 results 2017, revealing that the company had increased return on equity to 30%, driven by Net revenues rising 28% while expenses increases by 18%. This led to Net profit growth up 48% (1H 2017 vs 1H 2016).
Roman Lokhov, Chief Executive Director, BCS Global Markets:
The transaction with Globaltruck is important for us as part of a wider strategic focus on the new segment of the Moscow Exchange, the Growth Sector, intended for mid-cap companies.
The success of Globaltruck will pave the way for a whole layer of smaller companies which will be able to enter the full-fledged public market and to raise capital, and our investors will be able to receive attractive and growth assets in their portfolios.
Commenting on today’s announcement, Alexander Eliseev, the Group’s co-founder and CEO, commented:
I am delighted with the success of our Offering which clearly demonstrates that investors, both in Russia and internationally, have recognised the quality of Globaltruck’s business and the potential of our sector. We welcome all our new shareholders and now look forward to progressing our strategy to firmly establish Globaltruck as Russia’s National Champion in the road freight industry.
Mikhail Mamuta, Chairman of the Working Group for Moscow Exchange Growth Sector Development, Head of Service for Consumer Protection and Financial Inclusion of the Bank of Russia, said:
This is a good example for potential participants in our new segment – the Growth Sector. The fact that one of the Growth Sector partners has acted as anchor investor demonstrates that strategy investors are interested not only in this particular company, but also in the whole Growth Sector. We are committed to providing additional tools to support companies in the Growth Sector, including access to soft loans from development finance institutions, and – in the future – facilitating easier participation from pension funds (subject to additional requirements for information disclosure by the exchange and transparency of issuers).