Barramundi Group, which operates the biggest barramundi or sea bass farms in Singapore and Australia, could have gone for an IPO on the Singapore Exchange (SGX).

But a listing here may not be the most ideal platform for its growth ahead. Hence, the Singapore-incorporated company chose to undertake the IPO on Oslo Stock Exchange (OSE), particularly the Euronext Growth Oslo.

On Aug 12, the stock made its debut at NOK14.75 ($2.29), marginally higher than its IPO price of NOK14.70. It closed at NOK14.70 on Sept 6, giving it a market cap of NOK593.4 million.

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