Turkey Regulator Sees IPO Interest Surge as Companies Seek Funds

  • Capital markets authority says many companies shown interest
  • IPOs slumped last year amid political instability in country

Turkish companies are again considering initial public offerings as a means to raise funds as debt financing becomes more expensive after the U.S. Federal Reserve started raising interest rates, according to the head of the country’s capital markets authority.

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