Crimson mulls IPO v private equity

Denise McNabb
Mon, 04 Oct 2021

Crimson mulls IPO v private equity
The Crimson co-founder declined to reveal the company's financial position. (Image: Supplied)
Denise McNabb
Mon, 04 Oct 2021
Crimson Education’s appearance at a listed equities managers’ roadshow in Australia last month has fuelled speculation the business is preparing for a public listing.But Crimson’s chief executive Jamie Beaton says while an IPO is definitely an option, there are no imminent plans.“We want to build an education system for the next generation and to do this we need to be decisive in how we go about this,” he said.“As long as we have strong support from private markets – which we continue to have, then we a...

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