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Teddy Sagi raises another $311 million on London’s AIM for Market Tech

Camden Market owner has raised $642 million in six months.

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Teddy Sagi’s Market Tech Holdings (AIM: MKT), the owner of London’s Camden Market, has raised $311 million (£200 million) on London’s AIM. Sagi’s company has raised $642 million in six months.

On Friday, Market Tech issued 90 million shares at £2.23 per share at a market cap of $1.7 billion, after money.

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The company held its IPO on AIM in December 2014 when it raised $156 million at £2 per share. The share price has risen 19% since then, during which time the FTSE 100 has risen only 2%.

In March 2014, Sagi bought Camden Market Holdings, which includes Stables Market and Camden Lock Village, for £400 million. In October, he paid a further £70-90 million to buy the adjacent Camden Lock and Buck Street. Sagi thus owns the most important four of the six sections of the market, which is the second biggest tourist attraction in London after Buckingham Palace with an estimated 40 million visitors each year. In March 2015, he bought Camden Wharf and the Interchange Building for £95million. At that time, Market Tech issued convertible bonds worth $174.4 million, which will be redeemed in March 2020 at 4.25% with annual interest of 2%.



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