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Genomma Lab IPO Mexico

Genomma Lab IPO Mexico
A new IPO from Mexico is coming to hit the markets very soon. The IPO belongs to the pharmaceuticals company, Genomma Lab.

What is the size of the Genomma Lab IPO?
The Genomma Lab IPO is expected to raise around 160 million dollars.

What is the price of the Genomma Lab IPO shares?
The price of Genomma Lab IPO shares is expected to be in the range of 16 pesos to 20 pesos each. Though no information is available about the exact price as of now, but it is learnt that the final price of the sale will be set on June 17, with stock market trading beginning on June 18.

What is the business of Genomma Lab?
The Genomma Lab has product range and sells sexual potency elixirs as well as ointments for acne and wrinkles. It has more than 50 over-the-counter health-care products

How many shares will be sold through the Genomma Lab IPO?
Around 110.5 million new shares will be sold through the Genomma Lab IPO. It also plans to sell up to 150.5 million of their own shares in the company as part of the offer.
The company's top-selling product category is an anti-acne line, followed by its Linea M sexual protection and stimulation products.

What are the financial results and business valuations of Genomma Lab IPO?
Total sales at Genomma Lab last year were 1.873 billion pesos ($180 million), with earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization of 461 million pesos ($45 million).
The company is controlled by small Mexican bank Invex and trusts related to it, and private investment fund ZN Mexico II owns a minority stake. Table of Contents
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