The creative digital studio has floated on TSE’s Mothers Market, enabling Kaga Electronics, Sony and Norinchukin Bank to exit.

Sun Asterisk, the Japan-based digitisation services studio backed by electronics manufacturers Kaga Electronics and Sony, listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE)’s Mothers Market today. The company’s shares were priced at ¥700 ($6.66) each and the offering could raise approximately $13.7m, including the over-allotment option. Founded in 2012 as Framgia, Sun Asterisk provides consulting services for…

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