Photos: Switch CEO Rob Roy With Family and Colleagues at NYSE on IPO Day

Switch went public October 6, 2017, becoming the sixth American publicly traded data center provider

Shares of Las Vegas-based Switch started trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "SWCH" exactly one week ago. Rob Roy, founder and CEO of the company that became the sixth US-based publicly traded data center provider, was in New York last Friday, on the first day of trading, taking part in the customary NYSE IPO proceedings, joined by his colleagues and family members. Here are some photos from the day.

More of our coverage of the Switch IPO:

Switch Shares Up 44 Percent after Debut on NYSE

Data Center Provider Switch Raises $531M in IPO

DCK Investor Edge: The Unique Proposition of a Switch IPO

DCK Investor Edge: Switch IPO Part 2 – Warnings in the Fine Print

 

 

 

 

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