TOKYO, June 24 (Reuters) - Japan’s Kioxia Holdings Corp, formerly known as Toshiba Memory, plans to list as early as in September, weekly financial magazine Diamond reported on Thursday.
Kioxia, the world’s second-largest maker of flash memory chips, is controlled by private equity firm Bain Capital. It had shelved plans for what would have been Japan’s largest initial public offering in 2020.
A Kioxia spokesperson said the firm was “aiming to IPO at the appropriate time” but declined to comment further. (Reporting by Sam Nussey and Tokyo Newsroom; Editing by Jacqueline Wong)