A £1.4bn float for colostomy bag and wound dressing maker ConvaTec with former Glaxo chairman to join firm 



Medical research firm ConvaTec has revealed plans for a £1.4billion stock market flotation.
The Reading-based company operates in 100 countries and specialises in wound dressings and colostomy bags, and also makes catheters and infusion devices which are used by diabetes sufferers to take insulin.
The business, which employs about 9,000 people around the world, plans to list at least 25 per cent of its shares by the end of this month or early November, in what will be the biggest float in the healthcare sector this year.
It will use the cash to pay down debt and provide a return to its... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Business, Views: 55
Source: Daily Mail
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