Exasol takes huge orders during accelerated roadshow to price IPO

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By Sam Kerr
20 May 2020

Exasol, the German database analytics firm, priced its IPO on the Frankfurt stock exchange on Tuesday, attracting vast levels of demand from investors, despite books only being open for two and a half days.

The company sold 9.2m shares in the offering, which included 5.1m new shares, 2m existing shares sold by KfW and Exasol, a 1m "upsize" option and a 1m greenshoe.

Hauck & Aufhauser was sole global coordinator on the deal.

GlobalCapital broke the news that the IPO was expected ...

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