J. Alexander’s files for IPO

J. Alexander’s files for IPO

Casual dining chain wants to raise $75 million to pay off debt and fund growth

J. Alexander’s Holdings Inc. has filed its registration for an initial public offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission, just two years after Fidelity National Financial Inc. took the Nashville-based upscale casual dining chain private.

The company wants to raise $75 million in the proposed IPO, according to documents filed with the SEC this week. Funds will be used to pay off $34.6 million in long-term debt and to fund its growth, according to the filing.


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