Bell Gully has advised on the initial public offering of shares in infrastructure consulting group Opus International.
The offer of 22 million existing shares and seven million new shares opens to the public on 8 October and the company is expected to list on the NZSX on 30 October.
New Zealand-based Opus International, a subsidiary of Malaysia's Opus International Group, provides asset development and asset management consulting services for infrastructure in the fields of engineering, architecture, planning and property management.
Opus is now focussed on pursuing further international growth. It intends to build on its ability to successfully integrate and organically develop companies it has acquired.
Andrew Brown, partner in Bell Gully's Wellington corporate team, led the Bell Gully team advising on the offering which also included fellow Wellington corporate partner Chris Gordon, senior solicitor John Buick-Constable and solicitor Isla Wood.
The Opus offering follows other recent IPOs on which Bell Gully has advised, including the float of online software innovator Xero and quartz crystal components manufacturer Rakon.