Borsa Italiana welcomes Enertronica to Aim Italia

Mar 15 2013 - 

Borsa Italiana welcomes “Enertronica” to Aim Italia - Mercato Alternativo del Capitale

Enertronica has today listed on Aim Italia – Borsa Italiana’s market for small and fast growing companies. Enertronica is an energy saving company which operates in the field of renewable energy and realizes photovoltaic power plants.

Enertronica raised €872.145,6 giving it a market capitalization of about € 8,7 million and a post-listing free-float of 10,06 per cent.
EnVent S.p.A. is acting as the company’s Nominated Advisor (“Nomad”).

Barbara Lunghi, Borsa Italiana’s Head of Small and Mid Caps, said:
“We are delighted that Enertronica has selected Aim Italia – Mercato Alternativo del Capitale as a venue to grow and gain access to capital. Listing represents an important tool for SMEs for boosting and expanding their business”.

Aim Italia was created in January 2012 with the aim of simplifying access to capital for SMEs. A balanced and appropriate regulatory regime is in place, ensuring good governance from companies and the protection of investors.


For further informations:
Oriana Pagano                              Media Relations +39 02 72426.360

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About Borsa Italiana:
Borsa Italiana S.p.A. is one of Europe’s largest and most established stock exchanges with about 330 companies listed across its markets. The Italian Exchange operates markets trading in Italian equities, bonds and derivatives. Markets include the MIV and STAR segments as well as IDEM, MOT, ETFPlus and AIM Italia-Mercato Alternativo del Capitale for small cap companies. Since October 2007 Borsa Italiana has been part of the international diversified exchange business, London Stock Exchange Group.



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