Air Berlin offers lessons in IPO

More security alerts and airport chaos are the last things financial advisers, the government and the staff and management of Aer Lingus want

2nd September, 2006

More security alerts and airport chaos are the last things financial advisers, the government and the staff and management of Aer Lingus want. But any repeat of the disruption will probably benefit prospective investors in Aer Lingus if they were planning to ‘stag’ the airline’s initial public offering (IPO) of shares.

Brutal though it may be, security disruption in the next few weeks, as the airline’s managers put their sales pitch...

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