(Reuters) – British broker TP ICAP (LON:) Plc said on Wednesday it raised roughly 310 million pounds ($430.25 million) from a rights issue, aimed at funding the bulk of the cost of its purchase of U.S. share trading platform Liquidnet.
The company said shareholders had subscribed to 98.3% of shares on offer at a price of 140 pence per share.
($1 = 0.7205 pounds)
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