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File photo of Jason Smith, president and CEO of Real Matters, is photographed at the company's Markham, Ont. The company is targeting an enterprise valuation of more than $1-billion with the IPO, sources say. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
File photo of Jason Smith, president and CEO of Real Matters, is photographed at the company's Markham, Ont. The company is targeting an enterprise valuation of more than $1-billion with the IPO, sources say. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Real Matters picks bankers, aims for $125-million in IPO Add to ...

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Real Matters has filled out the underwriting syndicate for its initial public offering, a transaction the mortgage services technology company hopes will raise upward of $125-million.

Sources familiar with the company say Real Matters is aiming to raise at least that much in its IPO on the Toronto Stock Exchange after filing a preliminary prospectus last week that did not specify the intended size of the offering.

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