Anatomy of a deal: Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG

Metcalfe, Christian
May 2013
Lawyer 2B;5/28/2013, p8
The article focuses on the floatation of Telefónica Deutschland Holding AG, the German unit of Spain's biggest phone company, on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in October 2012. It states that this considered as the biggest flotation for five years in Germany and lawyers played an important role in this by advising the company for fundraising through the initial public offering (IPO).


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