German tech firm revives listing after virus pause as Pexip prints

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By Sam Kerr
13 May 2020

The IPO of Exasol, the German database analytics firm, has launched on the Frankfurt exchange in the same week as Pexip, the Norwegian video conferencing firm, priced its Nkr2.14bn ($206m) listing in Oslo following a fully electronic marketing process.

The company officially launched its deal on Thursday, a day after GlobalCapital broke the news that a listing was imminent. The IPO market has been effectively shuttered in Europe since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis.

A source close to the IPO said that it had been in the market ...

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