Porsche is planning an initial public offering and investors are curious about the latest details revealed by parent company Volkswagen (OTCMKTS:VWAGY).
Let’s go over the top biggest details from the upcoming Porsche IPO that traders need to know about today below!
- First up is Volkswagen targeting a valuation of up to 75 billion euros for the luxury sports car company.
- This would make it the second largest IPO in Germany when the shares list for the first time on Sept. 29, 2022.
- That will have the company targeting a price of 76.50 euros to 82.50 euros per share for its preferred shares in the offering.
- This has Volkswagen expecting to raise as much as 9.4 billion euros from the Porsche IPO.
- And the company notes that it already plans to use these funds to help with its shift toward electric vehicles (EVs).
- The IPO plan also allows for members of the Porsche-Piech family to purchase shares at a premium.
- This allows them to regain their stake in the company after losing control of Porsche to Volkswagen around 10 years ago.
- Investors will also note that the preferred shares won’t have voting rights and will represent 12.5% of total Porsche share capital.
- It’s still possible that the IPO could be pulled before its launch later this month.
- However, that’s only expected to happen if “severe geopolitical problems” come about before the offering.
VWAGY stock is up 2.6% as of Monday afternoon.
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