BlackRock and Fidelity are both backing commodities giant Glencore's IPO, according to reports.
The group, which this morning revealed it was set to raise $61bn through its initial public offering, is understood to have received backing from a number of institutions, including BlackRock and Fidelity.
The two firms are set to take $360m and $215m worth of shares, according to the Financial Times.
This morning Glencore set a price range of between 480p and 580p per share, with the mid point implying a market cap of $61bn (£36.5bn).
According to the FT, Swiss banks Credit Suisse, UBS and Pictet will also take part in the IPO, as will the Abu Dhabi emirate.
The full prospectus for the listing - one of the largest ever in London - is expected later today.
The company is looking to raise $10bn via the offer, allowing it to take advantage of the ongoing bull run in commodities.
BlackRock and Fidelity declined to comment.
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