After divesting a 10% stake to private equity firm Blackstone for $2.2b last year, AIG filed for the Corebridge offering raising $1.68b in the biggest initial public offering so far this year
AIG Inc’s life insurance and retirement division Corebridge Financial Inc raised $1.68b on Wednesday in the biggest initial public offering (IPO) so far this year, braving market volatility and ending a seven-month lull in major listings.
AIG said it sold 80 million Corebridge shares at $21 per share, which was at the lower end of their indicated target range of $21 to $24 per share.
After divesting a 10% stake to private equity firm Blackstone for $2.2b last year, AIG filed for the Corebridge offering in March. It had initially planned to complete the listing by the end of June, before postponing it due to market turbulence.
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