Dr Solomon's beat companies from all walks of industry last week when it got the first listing on Easdaq.
Easdaq, the pan-European stock market for high-growth companies, went live last week and is aimed at filling the gap between junior markets such as AIM in the UK and the main European stock exchanges.
The anti-virus software developer was listed on US dealing system Nasdaq at the same time, raising a total of $97 million (#57 million) and giving it a market capitalisation of $310 million. It also raised $68 million in new money.
Geoffrey Leary, chief executive at Dr Solomon's, commented: "We decided to do an IPO (public offering) and from our perspective it was a good time to list on both - Nasdaq because it is already well established, and Easdaq because it is new and will give us greater visibility."
The money raised by the float will go towards charges incurred as a result of its #30 million management buy-out in February, future research projects and to help finance expansion plans in the US market.
The majority of the turnover generated by the share issues is expected to be in the US. Over half the 5.7 million American Depository Receipts (ADRs) issued were placed with US investors; the rest was split between UK and continental European investors.
Dr Solomon's generated earnings of $5.3 million on sales of $33 million for the year ended 31 May 1996.
Dr Solomon's was later joined on Easdaq by Belgian Innogenetics. Two more companies are set to follow by the middle of this month. Currently, Dr Solomon's is the only IT company to be listed on the exchange.
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