PDerivative equity and IPOs: This usually means that financial investors put companies out of their portfolio on the floor. With this way of getting out of investments, they provide an essential driver for the business with IPOs – in addition to divisions of divisions from corporations, which also keep investors and consultants busy.
It is less common for financial investors to go public themselves. There was such a case in Frankfurt on Tuesday: Brockhaus Capital made his debut on the floor, a house that mainly specializes in technology companies. It has joined the group of small to medium-sized German financial investors who are present on the public market. These include Gesco and Kap, Mutares and Aurelius, which specializes in renovation projects. The best-known name is Deutsche Beteiligungs-AG (DBAG), which originated from a unit of Deutsche Bank.