MILAN — Brunello Cucinelli SpA’s public listing is nearing reality.
On Thursday, the luxury fashion firm received the green light from Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa, or CONSOB, Italy’s equivalent of the Securities and Exchange Commission, for an initial public offering. This follows the approval from the Italian Stock Exchange earlier this week for the company’s shares to be listed on the Electronic Stock Market, or MTA, and allows Brunello Cucinelli to kick off its road show on Monday. A press conference will be held that same day in Milan to present strategies and details of the listing.
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