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Siemens relies on continuity – Siemens Energy on stock market launch

The German industrial group Siemens continues to trust the services of the French IT service provider Atos. And the DAX® company is paying a lot for this trust – billions. Siemens also raised billions of euros from the IPO of its major subsidiary Siemens Energy.

First things first about Siemens and Siemens Energy:

  • Siemens wants to develop into a technology and digital group
  • Satisfactory IPO at Siemens Energy

In times of the Corona crisis and the associated trends towards home office and online trading, the topic of data security is also becoming more and more important for many companies. The German industrial giant Siemens is relying on continuity: the DAX® group continues to work with the French IT service provider Atos. The agreement between the two companies is said to have a term of five years. For this, Atos will receive three billion euros from Siemens. In 2011 Atos took over the Siemens IT division SIS.

The French support Siemens in digitization, cyber security and other IT topics. According to the DAX® group, the contracts were concluded separately with Siemens AG, the subsidiary Siemens Healthineers and Siemens Energy. In addition, Siemens and Atos want to advance their joint business with digital solutions, as the two companies also announced.

Siemens is working on its image as a technology and digital company and is therefore going public with the Siemens Energy division. The group’s energy division has always been at the heart of Siemens AG. It has now been listed on the stock exchange as an independent group since the start of the week. Siemens is thus continuing its strategy of outsourcing parts of the company so that the rest of the group is perceived more strongly as a digital and technology group in the eyes of investors.

For this IPO, 55 percent was brought to the market as Siemens Energy, with every Siemens AG shareholder receiving a new one from Siemens Energy for two shares. With the parent company, 35.1 percent and 9.9 percent with the Siemens pension fund remained. At the stock market launch on Monday, the share remained below Siemens’ expectations at 22.01 euros, which corresponds to a value of 16 billion euros. The group had estimated a book value of 17 billion euros for the old energy division with power stations, switchgear and wind systems. In the meantime, the share has continued to gain and is quoted just over 23 euros.

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