NNIT is born out of Novo Nordisk A/S and is today a leading Danish supplier of IT-services and consultancy. NNIT delivers a broad choice of IT services and solutions to its clients primarily within the life science sector in both Denmark and internationally as well as customers within the segments public, enterprise and finance in Denmark. As of December 31, 2014, NNIT had more than 2,400 employees.
CEO of NNIT Per Kogut said: "We are excited about our first day of trading on the Copenhagen Exchange and look forward to writing a new chapter to the NNIT story. We are happy with the interest we have seen for NNIT leading up to this day and want to acknowledge that postitive attention by welcoming new shareholders to take part in the future and development of NNIT.”
Adam Kostyál, Senior Vice President and Head of listing at Nasdaq Nordic said: “We are pleased to welcome NNIT to list at Nasdaq Copenhagen. This listing has been anticipated with great interest. Now the day has come and we look forward to partnering with NNIT as they start a new journey on our global capital market where international and local retail investors now get a new interesting investment opportunity in the Technology sector at Nasdaq Copenhagen.”
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