THE OWNER of train station food retailers
SSP, which unveiled plans to raise £500m from City investors by listing shares on the stock market, is considering plans to include an employee share ownership scheme in the stock offering.
The listing, which would value SSP at £2bn, is set to be one of the year's biggest new issues on the
"We've got a good platform and a clear strategy," Swann told City A.M. "We're going to go and talk about the business and leave it up to the fund managers to make up their minds."
The firm said it would use the proceeds of the share sale to cut its debt pile, which currently stands at about £1bn but is expected to fall to £450m after the flotation.
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