December 9, 2014 | The Israeli billionaire Teddy Sagi will hold an IPO for London’s Camden Market on the city’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) exchange. Sagi will offer up 13 percent of his shares in order to raise up to £100 million (approx. $156 million) at a company value of £750 million ($1.2 billion). The IPO is being supported by Jefferies Investment Bank and DLA Piper lawfirm. Sagi bought Camden Markets Holdings in March 2014, which includes the Stables Market and Camden Lock Village, for £400 million. He paid an additional £70-90 million to buy the Camden Lock and Buck Street venues, which makes Sagi the owner of four out of the six main venues in Camden Market. Sagi has plans to further invest £300 million into the development of the market by 2018.