Ananda Krishnan seeks $903 million from Bumi Armada IPO

A provider of ships and floating platforms for the oil and gas industry, Bumi Armada has signed up five cornerstone investors to help support the deal.

Ananda Krishnan seeks $903 million from Bumi Armada IPO

Bumi Armada, a Malaysian oil and gas services company, has started bookbuilding for what looks set to become the country’s biggest initial public offering since Petronas Chemicals raised $4.15 billion in November last year. It will also be the second-biggest listing in Southeast Asia this year after the Singapore IPO of Hutchison Port Holdings Trust, which raised $5.45 billion.

The company and its existing shareholders are seeking to raise between M$2.46 billion and M$2.77 billion...

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