DGAP-News Pareto Securities brought together international TechIT companies and investors with TechIT conference
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Pareto Securities brought together international TechIT companies and investors with TechIT conference
- More than 40 Tech-IT companies and industry experts from DACH and Scandinavia presented
- The focus of the conference were trends in technology, especially in the field of software and IT service
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Frankfurt, April 22, 2021. Pareto Securities AS, an international investment bank headquartered in Oslo and a long-standing partner of SMEs in Germany and Scandinavia, successfully held its TechIT conference in virtual form. More than 40 TechIT companies and industry experts from the DACH region and Scandinavia presented to institutional investors and other interested participants. Investors gained a focused insight into the spectrum of technology companies. In addition, key market drivers and technology trends in the subsectors were discussed in greater detail in panel discussions and expert talks. Industry experts debated "hot" topics such as GAIA X, IT security or the decarbonization of transport through target-oriented software solutions and Bitcoin.
"In view of the large number of presenting TechIT companies and the consistently positive response of the participants, we are very satisfied with the course of the conference. Many institutional investors took the opportunity to get a good picture of the presenting companies and the market drivers in the TechIT sector. In the Scandinavian financial market, companies in the TechIT sector continue to be in high demand. As Pareto Securities, we have already supported 63 transactions in the technology sector (including 13 tech IPOs) since the beginning of 2020 to date, raising EUR 3.2 billion in capital for these companies. The Scandinavian financial market also remains particularly attractive for German SMEs, offering access to an international investor base while maintaining efficient transaction structures," explains Gero Wendenburg, Co-Head Investment Banking Germany at Pareto Securities.