DX Group expects to have a market capitalisation of £200m when it begins trading on London’s AIM next week. The company expects to begin trading at 100 pence per share on Thursday 27 February under the DX ticker. DX said the proceeds of the IPO will be used to repay existing senior debt, shareholder loans and private equity, which will allow it to invest in its services. It also hopes the IPO will allow it to target a combination of […]
Lloyd Dunn has been appointed CEO of DX Group, which has secured £24m from investors to get the business back on track.
Waste collection company Biffa is planning a return to the London Stock Exchange next month.
DX Group has taken another significant step on the road to its rehabilitation, its CFO David Mulligan told motortransport.co.uk today (5 March).