Kuwaiti petrochemical company Ikarus said it would list its shares on the Kuwaiti stock market on Monday.
The company had sold shares worth 75 million dinars ($282.5 million) ahead of the listing, according to its prospectus.
Ikarus's biggest shareholder is Kuwaiti industrial conglomerate National Industries Holding Group with a 48.5 per cent stake, according to the prospectus.
Ikarus, which is a shareholder in petrochemicals firm Saudi International Petrochemical Co (SIPCHEM), said in March it was considering energy investments of about $200 million in Singapore and India, with investment firm Noor Financial Investment Co. (Reuters)
Ikarus to list on Kuwait bourse