i recall the IPO price was around $24 and bought back in the low teens. All USD of course. The IPO was for 11% of the company and represented a little over $1 billion and was a very big IPO for the time. It became 100% owned after the buyback. The gain on the IPO went a long way to pay for CT which cost $8billion. The US portion of TD Waterhouse was swapped into the merged TD Ameritrade giving TD a 45% stake in a public co worth over $10billion. The whole thing worked out pretty well for TD shareholders.
Last edited by Square Root; 2012-06-30 at 02:42 AM.