Cloud security company CrowdStrike Holdings crystalized its future as a public company Wednesday, releasing the public confirmation of its plans to file an initial public offering in the form of an SEC S-1 statement.
Announced earlier this month, CrowdStrike’s IPO will offer 18 million shares priced between $19 and $23 each. The company is hoping to make $378 million at a valuation of $4 billion.
The Sunnyvale, CA. matured startup will trade on Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “CRWD”. JP Morgan, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays and Goldman Sachs are the lead investors along with 13 other banks that are managing the transaction.