MILAN — Gianni Versace SpA is eyeing an initial public offering in three to five years, following a private sale of a minority stake, said Gian Giacomo Ferraris, the company’s chief executive officer, on Thursday from Macau.
After tapping Goldman Sachs and Banca IMI almost a year ago, Versace had been evaluating growth opportunities and Ferraris, who was in the Chinese city with Donatella Versace to present the Palazzo Versace project, revealed that the company’s owners are now gearing toward a sale.
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