Porsche IPO

Apart from Porsche-OPI there has been a pause on the Frankfurt trading floor for months.

(Photo: IMAGO/Hannelore Forster)

frankfurt The European branch of the US technology exchange Nasdaq looks to the new year with optimism despite the current difficult conditions. Adam Kostyál, Nasdaq’s Head of European Listings, explains why. He sees a good starting position for both young tech companies and German companies to venture into an initial public offering.

“We expect the IPO market to pick up speed in the second half of 2023. Then volatility should decrease and interest rate policy should be clearer,” says the financial expert. He thinks that many companies are likely to initially start with a smaller IPO, for example with a volume of between €20 million and €30 million, and then continue to grow through secondary listings.

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