Financial Data Company SunGard Files to Go Public 10 Years After LBO

NEW YORK ( TheDeal) -- Private equity-backed SunGard, the new iteration of SunGard Data Systems, on Thursday, June 4, filed plans to list on a major exchange.

The Wayne, Pa., financial data processing company said it seeks to raise $100 million, according to a Form S-1 filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, though the amount is likely a placeholder. SunGard did not specify on which exchange it would look to list, nor did it specify a planned ticker symbol.

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