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The Socimi Next Point Makes its Debut on the MAB Worth Almost €10 Million

The Socimi specialising in tourist apartments and retirement homes will start trading at a price of 10.50 euros per share, which values the company at 9.97 million euros.

A tourist flat building owned by Next Point in Valencia.

The Socimi Next Point Capital, owner of retirement homes and tourist apartments, has obtained the green light to go public on the Alternative Investment Market (MAB), as reported by the BME.

“The company’s Board of Directors has set a reference value of 10.50 euros for each of its shares, representing a total value for the company of 9.97 million euros,” explains the Socimi in a statement.

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