[데일리동방] It was found that the individual who was allocated more than 2,600 shares in the Kakao Bank public offering share subscription received the most shares. It was confirmed that the margin required to receive stock allocation was over 17 billion won.
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According to the securities issuance report submitted by Kakao Bank to the Financial Supervisory Service on the 1st, it was confirmed that the maximum number of stocks allocated to one subscriber was a whopping 2662. A total of 11 investors were allocated the largest stock.
The largest share allocation came from among the subscribers who applied for 870,000 shares, the largest subscription volume, through KB Securities, the main organizer. KB Securities received 53.8% of the total amount solicited, more than Korea Investment & Securities (36.5%), Hana Financial Investment (5.8%), and Hyundai Motor Securities (3.8%).
The margin to apply for this amount is 16.96 billion won, and 23 people put in a margin of 17 billion won in all. They received 2,656 shares as a proportionate allocation based on margin, etc. As for the equal allocation, 5 to 6 weeks were given, with 12 subscribers receiving 5 weeks and 11 subscribers receiving one more week through lottery.
In this subscription, a total of 148 subscribers paid a margin of more than 10 billion won. To subscribe for more than 520,000 shares, they had to pay 10 billion won or more, and KB Securities and Korea Investment & Securities received 75 and 73, respectively.
On the other hand, Hyundai Motor Securities had the largest share of equal allocation with 6 shares. KB Securities took 5 to 6 weeks, while Hana Financial Investment and Korea Investment & Securities had 4 to 5 and 3 to 4 weeks, respectively. Kakao Bank, which has completed the general subscription, will be listed on the stock market on the 6th.
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