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Legal firm DWF has unveiled the details of its stock market flotation.
Its shares will be priced at 122p each, valuing the whole of the firm at £366m.
DWF will raise about £95.2m through the float, with up to £10m of that being invested in new IT systems.
Chief executive Andrew Leaitherland said: "We are delighted today to be announcing our successful IPO as DWF becomes the first main market premium listed legal business.
"We see substantial, long-term opportunity to build on our strong track record and further develop and grow."
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