Mexico’s Unifin Plans $200 Million Stock Offering for Next Week

Mexico’s Unifin Financiera SAB plans to raise 3.08 billion pesos ($200 million) next week by offering shares for the first time, according to an investor presentation on the nation’s stock exchange.

The Mexico City-based company, which leases everything from X-ray machines to helicopters, may set a price between 25 pesos and 30 pesos per share, according to the document dated this month. Unifin is also planning for a 15 percent overallotment option in the stock sale, and Credit Suisse Group AG will be the global coordinator for the transaction, the company said.

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