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Merian Global Investors (UK) Discloses 5.13% Stake In Trainline As Of Dec. 13
T. Rowe Price Associates Discloses 5.23% Stake In Trainline As Of Nov 25 - Filing
Trainline secondary placing raises 279 mln stg -bookrunner
Trainline plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides rail tickets online, and journey planning and booking solutions for rail travel. It operates through four businesses: Trainline Consumer, Trainline B2B, TOC Solutions and International. The Trainline Consumer business sells rail tickets to individuals on behalf of train operating companies (TOCs) in the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland). Through its Website, mobile apps and contact center, the Company provides customers with rail service information. The Trainline B2B business provides and supports rail booking solutions for small and medium enterprises, corporate entities and travel management companies. The TOC Solutions business builds, supports and manages TOC-branded online sales platforms for TOCs in the United Kingdom and provides related back office, contact center and marketing services. The International business is focused on the sale of European rail tickets.
Brian James McBride
Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Chief Technology Officer
Executive Director - Operations and TOC Solutions
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Private equity firm KKR & Co <KKR.N> said on Tuesday it had closed its latest buyout fund European Fund V, which was focused on transactions in core Western Europe markets, at 5.8 billion euros (£5.01 billion).
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening up 17 points higher at 7,387 on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.3% ahead of the cash market open.
Trainline, the British train and coach ticketing company that listed in June, reported a 29% rise in first-half revenue after the growing popularity of e-tickets helped drive net sales on its app and website.
* BLOCK TRADE: TRAINLINE SECONDARY ABO - BOOKRUNNER SAYS TRADE DATE: TODAY, 20 SEP (T); SETTLEMENT DATE: 24 SEP (T+2) Further company coverage:
* SELLERS SOLD 65.5 MILLION SHARES IN TRAINLINE BY ACCELERATED BOOKBUILD AT 435 PENCE/SHARE, RAISING GROSS PROCEEDS OF £285 MILLION
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British ticketing group Trainline Plc on Tuesday reported 27% growth in UK consumer net ticket sales for the first quarter, as it benefited from the rollout of eTickets.
Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 24 points higher at 7,521 on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers, with futures up 0.28% ahead of the cash market open.
Britain's Trainline bucked a trend of lacklustre European initial public offerings (IPOs) on Friday, as the rail ticketing group's shares jumped as much as 23% on its London market debut.
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