AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. ... To view the prospectus for AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. IPO, or any offering listed on ClickIPO, download the ClickIPO app... or a prospectus can be requested from G. Price at ClickIPO Securities, LLC 8601 N Scottsdale Rd, Suite 335, Scottsdale, AZ 85253. Axa Equitable priced at $20 and began trading Thursday at the NYSE at $19.75. A XA Equitable Holdings, the US operations of life insurance and asset management firm AXA, announced terms for its IPO on Thursday.. Share this offering. Overview of AXA Equitable Holdings' new preferred stock - EQH-A. Equitable is the brand name of the retirement and protection subsidiaries of Equitable Holdings, Inc., including Equitable Financial Life Insurance Company (NY, NY); Equitable Financial Life Insurance Company of America, an AZ stock company with main administrative headquarters in Jersey City, NJ; and Equitable Distributors, LLC. AXA Equitable Holdings, the U.S. arm of French insurance giant AXA Group, went public on Thursday, May 10. The IPO raised $2.75 billion, making it the biggest U.S. IPO this year but it still fell short of Axa's targeted range. Overview of AXA Equitable Holdings' new preferred stock - EQH-A. In May 2018, AXA announced the successful completion of the IPO of AXA Equitable Holdings, raising $2.75 billion on the sale of 24.5% of the outstanding shares.
AXA S.A. (“AXA”) announced today it has successfully completed the initial public offering (“IPO”) on the New York Stock Exchange of its US subsidiary, AXA Equitable Holdings, Inc. (“AEH”). A brief look at the company.
Additionally, the company announced an issuance of $750 million of bonds mandatorily exchangeable into shares of AXA Equitable Holdings … Comparison with all other BBB- preferred stocks that pay a fixed i At a price range of $24 to $27 per … AXA Equitable Holdings has filed for a $100 million IPO, likely a placeholder figure for a much higher amount. The New York, NY … AXA Equitable Holdings, the U.S. arm of French insurance giant AXA Group, went public on Thursday, May 10. Comparison with all other "BBB-" preferred stocks that pay a fixed interest rate. A brief look at the company. Axa SA, fell almost $1 billion short of its targeted share sale in what was still the biggest U.S. initial public offering of the year.