Wpis dostępny jest także w języku: polski
On Wednesday 27 January the shares of InPost, a Polish parcel machine operator, made their debut on Euronext Amsterdam. The value of the offering amounted to €2.8bn or around PLN 12.6 bn.
The debut was originally planned for 29 January. However, on Monday the company announced that due to “significant investor demand” it had shortened the duration of the IPO and accelerated the listing.
The offering included 175 million shares, representing 35% of InPost’s capital. They were sold at the upper end of the range, i.e. at €16 per share. This means that the value of the IPO amounted to €2.8bn. Banks have the option to sell another 26 million shares, which would raise the value of the transaction to €3.2bn.
This is another stock exchange debut of an e-commerce company. In October Allegro debuted on the WSE.