Polish regulator clears lender Alior's $216 mln IPO
WARSAW Nov 16 (Reuters) - Polish financial watchdog KNF cleared on Friday the planned initial public offer of lender Alior Bank, which is seeking to raise 700 million zlotys ($215.82 million).
Alior, which is owned by the Zaleski family through their holding company Carlo Tassara, wants to sell new and existing shares. (Reporting by Chris Borowski)
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