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December 6th, 2010
Equity research firm Close Brothers Seydler released a report on nanotechnology investor Nanostart AG on Friday, stating a 'buy' recommendation and a price target of EUR 30.80, nearly double its last closing price.
Frankfurt-based Nanostart invests in emerging nanotechnology companies, both public and private, that span across Europe, Asia and the US. With EUR 35 million invested to date, its current portfolio consists of nine companies across a variety of industries.
"The biggest holding, MagForce, is a shining star of the portfolio, having developed a revolutionary treatment for solid tumor brain cancers. The second largest holding, ItN, is leading the way in water filtration using ceramic treated with nanotechnology," said Close Brothers.
The research firm also noted that Nanostart is partnered with the Singaporean government and works closely in a joint fund to invest in companies out of Asia, giving it a "first-mover advantage".
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