Car parts firm TI Fluid Systems is latest to call a halt to its stock market float

Vehicle parts manufacturer TI Fluid Systems became the latest victim of market volatility as it slammed the brakes on its stock market float.
The Oxford-based firm had eyed a £543million fundraising through an IPO, but halted plans due to 'uncertain market conditions'.
The group, which is backed by private equity firm Bain Capital and makes products that transfer liquids through vehicles, said it had decided not to pursue a listing.
It puts pressure on waste management firm Biffa, which had pencilled in a return to the London stock market in October in a bid to raise £270million.
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13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 44
Source: Daily Mail

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