General Merchandise Stores | Krotoszyn, Poland | IPO
Polish supermarket operator and retailer Dino has priced its IPO at 33.5 zlotys (about $8.42) per share, meaning the company could raise 1.6 billion zlotys (~$400 million) in its flotation in Warsaw, according to Reuters. Enterprise Investors currently owns a 49% interest in Dino, which it has backed since 2010. The firm reportedly plans to exit its entire stake in the offering. Dino founder Tomasz Biernacki will remain the company's majority shareholder.