Dutch drinks company Lucas Bols will launch on the Amsterdam stock exchange on February 4, the company announced on Wednesday.
Lucas Bols is offering over nine million new shares to investors to raise €125m to refinance and improve its financial position. The shares have an indicative price of between €13.50 and €18.
The 440-year-old Dutch firm, which sells its products in 110 countries, produces alcoholic drinks under a variety of brand names including Bols and Bokma.
Its products are considered essential in many cocktails and the company claims to be the oldest distillery in the world.
The company is 75% owned by private equity group AAC. The rest of the shares are owned by the management.
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