Greek drinks giant Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company started trading on London Stock Exchange on Monday, under the ticker “CCH”.
Credit Suisse Securities and JP Morgan will act as joint corporate brokers for the listing.
The Coke listing was admitted with 355,023,939 shares at £4.58 each to the market.
Chief executive Dimitris Lois said: “”This is a milestone for our company and an important day for everyone in the Coca-Cola HBC family. We are delighted that we are now admitted to trading on the premium listing of the London Stock Exchange, as we expect this to benefit our shareholders through enhanced liquidity, as well as our company through better access to the international capital markets and a wider potential investor base.
“We also look forward to being considered for inclusion in the FTSE UK Index Series.”
Meanwhile, LSE CEO Alexander Justham said: “As the world’s most international stock market, we offer companies from around the world access to an unrivalled pool of liquidity and to a broad and deep investor base. We are delighted to welcome today Coca-Cola HBC to the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange.