Released on 28.09. 2021 After the corona lull, more companies in Germany are again daring to go public. Photo: Boris Roessler Already heard? You can now also have your messages read out to you. Simply click on the play symbol in any article or add the article to your personal playlist using the plus symbol and listen to it later. Listen to the article: More than 20 Companies from Germany have already gone public this year. Not all of them can be found on the German stock exchange, however. Frankfurt \/ Main (dpa) - After the corona lull, more companies in Germany are again daring to go public. "In the course of the year so far, we have recorded the highest issue volume in Germany for 17 years," reported EY- Partner Martin Steinbach on Tuesday the first three quarters. Further stock exchange candidates are "in the pipeline," said Steinbach. 2021 is already a very successful year for IPOs (Initial Public Offering \/ IPO), \u00aband there is still a lot of liquidity in the market that is looking for an attractive investment in the low interest rate environment \u00bb. Also 2022 will exciting 22 IPOs of German companies counted the Auditing and consulting company EY so far this year. Including Another 5 German companies were drawn to foreign stock exchanges, where, according to EY, they had a total issue volume of 1.3 billion dollars at the time of initial listing. \u00abThere are some standing for the fourth quarter IPO candidates could, so we expect a total of up to 25 newly listed companies are waiting in the wings, "Steinbach forecast for Germany . "And the interest of potential candidates is still great, so that 2022 should also be exciting." According to the information, in the period from July up to and including September of the current year 547 companies dared to leap to the Exchange and thus almost a quarter (22 percent more than in the same period of the previous year. The issue volume rose by eleven percent to 90 billion dollars (currently good 90 billion euros).