Axa Life, Dai-ichi Life, Digital Garage, Fujitsu, Intage, Mitsui, MTG, Nikon, NTT Docomo and Tokyo Century are all set to exit the semiconductor laser provider in an offering on TSE.
QD Laser, a Japan-based semiconductor laser technology developer backed by multiple corporate investors, has been approved to float on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)’s Mothers Market. The initial public offering is set to take place on February 5, 2021 and will involve QD Laser issuing more than 9.4 million shares, with some 2 million more…
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