Siemens, the renowned German multinational conglomerate, reportedly expects the market valuation of its energy spin-off, Siemens Energy, to effectively surpass the €17 billion mark when it appears on the Frankfurt stock exchange in the upcoming week, cited a reliable source familiar to the matter.

The source also stated that the consensus estimations for this business, which manufactures wind and gas turbines, would be between €21 billion and €22 billion. Based upon the total number of Siemens Energy share, the projected valuation would result in individual shares to be prices at approximate €28.90- €30.28 each.

The spin-off’s success can only be determined after over two or three months, with immense fluctuations in the price expected after the firm enters the stock market on the 28th of this month.

Siemens Energy has approximately 91,000 employees and manufactures various products including generators, transformers, compressors, and combined cycle turbines. The company would also be involved in the field of wind energy through its 67% Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy stake.

The company is selling off the business unit, which has been witnessing a drop in demand and evolving energy policies. The firm would instead focus on mobility and factory automation, and smart buildings.

Siemens would give 55% shares of the unit to its stakeholders at one share for two Siemens shares ratio. Meanwhile, Siemens AG would keep a direct share of 35.1% with while the company’s pension fund receiving a 9.9% stake.

The company would decrease its stake in the coming 12 to 18 months following the stock market listing. However, it is not in a hurry to pull off from the market completely. Similarly, it is also expected that the pension fund would offload its stake.

Siemens, whose products span from industrial software to trains, would maintain a stake of about 25% in Siemens Energy, to ensure a smooth transition and avoid any third party interference.

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