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South Africa’s Sun merged with Chile’s Dreams in 2016

Sun International shareholder calls for Sun Dreams IPO

Sun International shareholder calls for Sun Dreams IPO
A minority shareholder in South Africa's Sun International has requested Sun Dreams, its Latin American business, list on the Santiago or New York stock exchange through an initial public offering, its CEO said on Monday.
Chile | 03/27/2017

A minority shareholder in South Africa's Sun International has requested Sun Dreams, its Latin American business, list on the Santiago or New York stock exchange through an initial public offering, its CEO said on Monday.

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un International, which also owns and operates casinos and hotels in a number of Latin American countries, including Chile, Panama and Colombia, merged with Chile's Dreams S.A. in 2016 resulting in the group owning 55 percent of Sun Dreams.

One of the minority shareholders in Sun Dreams is a private investment fund which owns 20 percent of the merged entity.

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