Japan Airlines 767. Courtesy, Boeing Japan Airlines (JL), which exited bankruptcy last year, is planning an initial public offering (IPO) that may raise as much as ¥1 trillion ($13 billion) as early as September, sources have told Bloomberg. A JL spokesman confirmed to Bloomberg that Nomura Holdings and Daiwa Securities Group have been hired to lead the IPO, and the airline is seeking overseas underwriters. Japan’s Enterprise Turnaround Initiative Corp. (ETIC), ...

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