Dechert and Paul Hastings act on German 3D printer IPO
Dechert and Paul Hastings have taken the lead roles on the cross-border initial public offering (IPO) of German 3D printer provider Voxeljet. Voxeljet, which printed three Aston Martin model cars used in the 2012 James Bond film Skyfall, was valued at $420m (£259m) when it debuted on the New York Stock Exchange last Friday (18 October). The company makes both large-format 3D printers and on-demand parts for industrial and commercial customers.
Dechert and Paul Hastings have taken the lead roles on the cross-border initial public offering (IPO) of German 3D printer provider Voxeljet.
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