Neiman Marcus files IPO
Neiman Marcus filed for an initial public offering on Monday, June 24, more than eight years after going private in a sale to Fort-Worth based investment firm TPG Capital (formerly known as Texas Pacific Group) and global private equity firm Warburg Pincus, LLC.
Early this year, prior to the IPO filing, which is being run by Credit Suisse, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts offered a merger of Neiman Marcus and Saks, Inc., which Neiman Marcus declined
According to Neiman Marcus, it earned $140.1 million last year on top of $4.3 billion in revenue, making it the company’s healthiest fiscal year since 2008’s financial fall.
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