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    Żabka Polska to Go Public: Valuation Estimated Between $7.5 and $8 Billion

    CVC Capital Partners is planning to list Żabka Polska on the stock exchange this September, with the company’s valuation potentially ranging from $7.5 billion to $8 billion, according to Bloomberg sources. The initial public offering (IPO) in Warsaw could be valued between $1 billion and $1.5 billion. Sources indicate that the details regarding the offer, its value, and timeline may change.

    Key Players Involved

    Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase are involved in the process, though representatives from CVC, JPMorgan, and Goldman Sachs have declined to comment on the matter. CVC acquired Żabka from Mid Europa Partners in 2017, and since then, the company has grown significantly.

    Żabka Group operates over 10,000 stores across Poland, including autonomous Nano stores. The company has also diversified into q-commerce, e-commerce, and dietary catering solutions. This extensive portfolio positions Żabka as a significant player in the Polish retail market.

    Potential Market Impact

    The anticipated IPO could be one of the largest in Warsaw’s history, reflecting the robust growth and market presence of Żabka Polska. As the details finalize, investors will be watching closely for opportunities to participate in this major market event.

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