Rosnefts Initial Public Offering (A) Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Initial Public Offering (IPO) of Rosneft, the state oil giant Russia, was scheduled for mid-July 2006 in London and Moscow. This was to be one of the largest deals in the history of IPO. However, as of 1 July, the Government of Russia, Rosneft management and its financial advisors have not yet decided on the IPO price. Expert estimates were significantly different in the range of $ 64 billion and $ 120 billion. Peter O'Brien, the new CFO of Rosneft (he was appointed in April), and its investment advisers was little more than a week to solve the structure and pricing of IPO of Rosneft.
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by Michael Moffett, Lena Chua Booth Source: Thunderbird School of Global Management 17 pages. Publication Date: September 5, 2007. Prod. #: TB0085-PDF-ENG

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