Rosenblatt aims to raise £43m in fourth UK law firm listing

City firm aims for largest UK law IPO to date as filing sets out £76m market capitalisation

City law firm Rosenblatt is hoping to raise £43m from its initial public offering (IPO), according to a new filing ahead of its AIM listing next week (8 May).

According to the stock exchange filing, the firm expects to raise the money based on the placing of 36,842,106 new ordinary shares and 8,421,053 existing ordinary shares at an issue price of 95p per share, giving the firm an anticipated market capitalisation of approximately £76m.

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