Investors seek consultation at a brokerage firm in Seoul on Monday afternoon.
Krafton’s initial public offering (IPO) price was set on Thursday at 498,000 won ($434.7) per share, the upper end of the price range despite concerns about valuation.
KakaoBank is suffering from analyst reports that its initial public offering (IPO) prices are too high, even as it ended its two-day public subscription period Tuesday.
Krafton says it’s not playing games with pricing. “We know that some people think our valuation is too high,” chief financial officer (CFO) Bae Sung-keun said. “But at the same time, some people say that we have been underpriced.” Its assurances ...
Some retail punters who took profits early after IPOs now regret dumping their shares so quickly.
TMON is postponing indefinitely its plan to go public.
KakaoBank’s initial public offering (IPO) price was set at 39,000 won ($33.92) per share, the upper end of the range despite a heated debate over valuation.
HK inno.N aims to go public early next month as Kosdaq stock, the Korean maker of hangover helpers and pharmaceuticals said Thursday.
KakaoBank’s IPO pricing is justified, CEO Yun Ho-young insists, even though the relatively young venture will be the third largest financial institution in the country upon listing.
Kurly—overnight delivery pioneer and operator of what it claims to be the No. 1 grocery shopping app in Korea—won’t be ringing the bell in New York.