The German flavours and fragrances company Symrise has set the bookbuilding range for its IPO next Monday between EUR 15.75 and 17.75. The company intends to float up to 81m shares, 37.8m as part of a capital increase, which, if valued at the top end of the range, would make this the largest floatation at EUR 1.44bn in Germany for this year. Depending on the issue price, Symrise will then have a market capitalisation between EUR 1.86bn and 2.1bn.
Polish buyout firm Abris Capital Partners has signed an agreement to sell its stake in Polish locomotive lessor Cargounit, also known as Industrial Division, to Three Seas Investment Fund (3SIIF).
Amplify IV targets seed and series-A rounds, while Amplify Select makes follow-on investments in existing portfolio companies
GP had previously made an offer of SEK 70 per share, which was later increased to SEK 72 per share
Company intends to boost its production capability, bolster its international expansion and pursue a buy-and-build strategy