BoneSupport Preps for $62 Million IPO

Published: Jun 15, 2017

BoneSupport said this week that it’s planning to float an initial public offering that would fetch roughly $62 million at the midpoint, not including an over-allotment option.

The Swedish company, which is developing the Cerament G injectable antibiotic-eluting bone graft substitute, said it plans to offer more than 18.5 million shares at $3.13 to $3.59 apiece (SEK 27 to SEK 31) on the NASDAQ Stockholm exchange, for total proceeds of $57.9 million to $66.4 million (SEK 500 million to SEK 574 million).

The proposed offering, which is set to price June 21, also includes a 2.8-million-share over-allotment worth another $8.7 million (SEK 75 million). Lund, Sweden-based BoneSupport said its investors have already agreed to acquire about $36 million (SEK 236 million) worth of shares in the flotation.

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