Investors tipped to pounce on Poundland

An IPO for UK fixed price retailer Poundland launched on Tuesday has already captured the attention of investors looking to make a play on the recovery of the UK retail sector. Bankers close to the offer, which will put at least 25% of the company in free float, said that big orders are being discussed.

  • By Nina Flitman
  • 18 Feb 2014
Poundland’s growth throughout the recession is likely to prove popular with equity buyers. The company has thrived over course of the financial crisis. The firm reported underlying revenue of £45.5m in its financial year ending March 2013, up 21% from the £31.1m reported for the 2011 financial year. For ...

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