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RIYADH: Islamic real estate finance firm Saudi Home Loans Co. will start initial public offering book-building on March 15 amid a listing spree in the Kingdom.
The Riyadh-based company will allocate up to 30 million shares to participating entities with the price range set at SR17-20 ($4.53-$5.33) per share.
The book-building period will run for seven days until March 21, according to a bourse filing.
Operating since 2007, SHL is 40-percent owned by Arab National Bank, the second-largest shareholder is Dar Al Arkan, with 15 percent of share capital.
Upon completion of the book-building process, individual investors will be allowed a maximum of 3 million shares.
Such a move by the Shariah-compliant real estate lending firm is the latest in the Kingdom’s IPO wave in a bid to enhance liquidity and scale its capital markets.
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