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Profits of the listed transport firms grew by 116% in the first nine months of the current year to reach SR2.11 billion compared to SAR 980 million in the same period last year.Arab News - 15-Nov-2015
Q2 2015 saw a significantPress Release - 11-Aug-2015
Clifford Chance advised Saudi Ground Services (SGS) on its IPO and listing on the Saudi Stock Exchange. The IPO was undertaken through the sale of 30% of the share capital of SGS to potential investors. SGS allocated 33.84 million shares to institutional investors and 22.56 million shares to retail investors at a price of SAR50 per share. The IPO was considerably oversubscribed and raised SAR2.82Press Release - 24-Jun-2015
The Saudi Stock Exchange (Tadawul) announces that the IPO shares of Saudi Ground Services Co. have been deposited into applicable investor's portfolios on Thursday 1/9/1436H (corresponding toTadawul - 18-Jun-2015
The CMA Board has issued its resolution approving Saudi Ground Services Company's initial public offering of (56,400,000) shares representing (30%) of the Company's share capital. A portion of the offered shares will be allocated to institutional investors. The Company's shares will be offered during the period from 16/08/1436H to 22/08/1436H, which corresponds to the period from 03/06/2015G toTadawul - 07-May-2015
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