Aumann AG’s €250 millioni initial public offering on Frankfurt Stock Exchange Market

Aumann AG, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of innovative special machines and automated production lines with a focus on electromobility, is planning to enter the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

The placement volume of the company was around €250 million.

According to company sources, Aumann AG is a worldwide leading manufacturer of innovative specialised machinery and automated production lines, focusing on electro mobility. The company combines unique winding technology for the production of electrical motors and has decades of automation experience, particularly in the automotive industry. In 2016, Aumann generated revenue of €156 million.

The initial listing price was €48.20; the issue price €42.00.

Berenberg, Citigroup and Hauck & Aufhäuser led the IPO. Berenberg is also the designated sponsor for Xetra trading. Oddo Seydler is the specialist on Börse Frankfurt.

McDermott has advised Aumann AG on the deal with a team led by partners Martin Kniehase (picture), Edwin C. Laurenson, Joseph Marx, Volker Teigelkötter and Steffen Woitz, assisted by counsel Nina Siewert and associate Thomas Gennert.

Involved fees earner: Martin Kniehase – McDermott Will & Emery; Edwin Laurenson – McDermott Will & Emery; Joseph Marx – McDermott Will & Emery; Nina Siewert – McDermott Will & Emery; Thomas Gennert – McDermott Will & Emery; Volker Teigelkötter – McDermott Will & Emery; Steffen Woitz – McDermott Will & Emery;

Law Firms: McDermott Will & Emery;

Clients: Aumann AG;