The initial public offering (IPO) of e-finance for Digital and Financial Investments (EFIH) is expected to be the largest offering Egypt has witnessed in years.

     

    Foreign fund managers likely made up nearly 70% of demand for the offering to institutional investors, Chairman and CEO Ibrahim Sarhan said in an interview with Lamees El Hadidi’s Kelma Akheera (watch, runtime: 6:50).

    Trading on e-finance’s shares will begin on Wednesday, October 18th, opening at EGP 13.98 per share, Sarhan pointed out, adding that the IPO values at around EGP 5.8 billion ($367 million).

     

    On Sunday, the Egyptian Exchange (EGX) announced that the public offering of e-finance was oversubscribed by almost 61.36x, with total purchase orders placed on 1.581 billion shares.

     

    Founded in 2005, e-finance is the first fintech platform in Egypt and a leading digital payment infrastructures’ developer.

     

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