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October 14, 2013, 4:21 pm
Moncler Files to Go Public on Milan’s Stock Market
By MICHAEL J. DE LA MERCED
Zacharie Scheurer/Associated Press A creation in Moncler’s ready-to-wear spring/summer 2014 collection, shown in Paris.
moncler Moncler, the cold-weather apparel maker, said on Monday that it had applied to go public on the Milan Stock Exchange, becoming the latest fashion company to pursue a stock listing.
moncler outlet store A gaggle of fashion labels have gone public in recent years, driven by investors’ desire to tap into luxury retail, a sector that has quickly rebounded since the global financial crisis. Among those that have taken to the stock markets are Michael Kors and the Italian brands Prada and Brunello Cucinelli, while Marc Jacobs stepped down from Louis Vuitton to focus on an I.P.O. for his own label.
moncler boots for men French in origin — “Moncler” is a shortening of Monestier-de-Clermont, the village in Grenoble where the company was founded — the apparel company initially became known for its line of quilted jackets. But its fortunes began to soar in 2003, when it was bought by Remo Ruffini, an Italian entrepreneur who sought to make the brand fashionable around the world.
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moncler outlet store locations In recent years, Moncler has added separate collections designed by the likes of Thom Browne and Giambattista Valli to its more traditional lines.
moncler boots for men Last year, the company had sales of 489.2 million euros ($663.7 million) and 161.5 million euros in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda. It currently runs 122 stores as well.
moncler jackets outlet That success has drawn in other investors, including the investment firms Eurazeo and the Carlyle Group .
Goldman Sachs , Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Mediobanca are serving as global coordinators. JPMorgan Chase , Nomura and UBS will work as joint book runners and BNP Paribas , Equita SIM and HSBC will serve as lead managers.
The company has also retained Claudio Costamagna and Lazard as financial advisers and Latham & Watkins as legal counsel.
A version of this article appears in print on 10/15/2013, on page B3 of the NewYork edition with the headline: Moncler Files to Go Public On Milan’s Stock Market.
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