Investors warn IPO sellers to take them 'seriously'

Europe’s equity capital markets professionals are looking ahead to the next crop of IPOs in September but investors are insisting to sellers that they are a picky bunch when it comes to what they will buy and at what price.

  • By Aidan Gregory, Sam Kerr
  • 17 Jul 2019

The disparate fortunes of a number of IPOs brought to market since Easter points to how quickly market sentiment can change for new listings.

Most IPOs that were priced in late May and early June did well. Companies like Watches of Switzerland and Trainline were covered quickly in ...

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