Volution Group (Ticker: FAN LN), best known for market-leading ventilation brands in the UK and Continental Europe such as Vent-Axia, Torin-Sifan and inVENTer, successfully priced its initial public offering June 18th, giving it a £300 million market capitalisation. Liberum was joint bookrunner on the IPO.
Below: Volution's brands
It is the fifth IPO Liberum has been involved with in the first half of this year and follows CityFibre, Manx Telecom, P2P Global Investments and GAME Digital.
Volution manufactures and supplies ventilation and combustion fans, energy recovery systems, low energy motors and blowers.
It listed on the Premium segment of the Official List and Main Market of the London Stock Exchange.
The offering was priced at 150 pence a share and raised £100m.
“We are delighted to have achieved our objective of an IPO and secured the support of investors for the management team and future plans of Volution,” said Ronnie George, Chief Executive Officer of Volution.
“We will continue to focus on our growth strategy, both organically and by acquisition, providing our customers with market leading ventilation products and our investors with long-term value,” he added.
The Liberum Team consisted of Neil Patel, Richard Bootle and Thomas Bective (Investment Banking), Charlie Campbell (Research Analyst), Jeremy McKeown (Sales), David Parsons (Equity Capital Markets) and Jenni Herbert and Marcio Remedios (Corporate Access).
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