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ADNOC and OCI likely to pick Citi, FAB, HSBC for Fertiglobe IPO

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Reuters is reporting that Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. (ADNOC) and chemical producer OCI N.V. are likely to pick First Abu Dhabi Bank, HSBC and Citigroup to work on the public-share sale of their fertilizer joint venture Fertiglobe.

Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, Fertiglobe was formed in 2019 after OCI and ADNOC combined their ammonia and urea assets, with the two companies currently holding ownership stakes of 58% and 42% respectively.

The line up of banks is still not finalised and ADNOC may add more advisors to the deal, according to two of Reuters' sources.

Fertiglobe is expected to be next in line for a listing after ADNOC completes the IPO of its drilling business, one of the sources said. Both the transactions, should they go ahead, will be subject to market conditions and regulatory approval.


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