Endeavor hopes to raise $600 million-plus in its initial public offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday morning.
The entertainment company, led by CEO Ari Emanuel, estimates that its IPO price-per-share will be between $30 and $32, and expects to offer 19,354,839 shares in the IPO.
Depending on the final price, Endeavor's equity could be valued at between $7.9-$8.3 billion, with a midrange price of just above $8 billion.
While Endeavor had not publicly announced a timeframe for the IPO, THR reported last month that the timing had shifted from the summer to the fall.
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This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.