In the EU Growth Prospectus of FIXED.zone a.s. (the “Prospectus”), approved by the Czech National Bank under ref. No.: 2021/103908/CNB/570 dated 13 October 2021, it is stated that the issuer is considering to apply for an investment under the IPO Fund programme and to sign an investment agreement with Národní rozvojová investiční, a.s.
Fixed.zone, a.s. successfully completes its initial public offering (IPO) today. Investors showed enormous interest in the issue, which was oversubscribed 2.8 times. The shares were subscribed at the upper limit of the specified interval. The shares of Fixed.zone will start trading on 8 November at the subscription price of CZK 222.
FIXED.zone’s share subscription is entering its second phase, i.e., the publication of the order book. The public offering of shares was launched on 19 October 2021 at 10 a.m. and will close at noon on 2 November 2021.
On the basis of the issuer’s request, the lot size of the shares of KARO INVEST a.s. (ISIN CZ0009008819) will be reduced from 2,000 to 500 shares effective 25 October 2021. KARO INVEST a.s. is traded on the START market of the Prague Stock Exchange.
From the basement of a family house to the Prague Stock Exchange (PSE). This is the real success story of the Czech company FIXED.zone, whose IPO was approved by the Czech National Bank today. Shares in this leading European producer of mobile device accessories will be available for subscription in an initial public offering (IPO) through a trading member between 19 October and 2 November 2021. Subsequently, FIXED.zone shares will be traded on the START market of the Prague Stock Exchange.
The autumn START Day 2021 will take place on 19 October 2021. At 1 p.m. you will see a live presentation by FIXED.zone, a company that is planning to enter the START market. This will be followed by interviews with individual representatives of companies listed on the START market.
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