(Reuters) – FINEOS Holdings Corp PLC’s Australia-listed shares opened slightly higher than their IPO price in their trading debut on Friday.
The Ireland-based company raised A$211 million ($143.21 million) from its initial public offering, Australia’s largest so far this year.
FINEOS opened at A$2.80 and was trading at A$2.6 per share by 0308 GMT, compared with its IPO price of A$2.50.
($1 = 1.4734 Australian dollars)
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