TransUnion plans to raise up to $100 million in an initial public offering for shares of the credit score company.
Affiliates of Advent international Corp. and Goldman Sachs & Co. will still own a majority of the voting power in the company after the IPO is complete, according to a regulatory filing Tuesday,
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TransUnion did not disclose how many shares it plans to offer, or the anticipated price range. It also did not disclose the exchange where it plans to list its shares or what its ticker symbol would be.
The Chicago company's 2014 revenue totaled about $1.3 billion.