IPOs

  • Abu Dhabi’s Yahsat launches IPO

    Abu Dhabi’s Yahsat launches IPO

    Yahsat, the satellite company owned by Mubadala, will attempt a listing on the Abu Dhabi Securities Market (ADX). The company is seeking to list at a time when the European IPO market is difficult, but there is hope that strong local interest and emerging market equity investors will see the deal across the line.

  • Aihuishou surges in New York debut

    Aihuishou surges in New York debut

    China’s Aihuishou International, an online marketplace for second-hand electronics, traded up over 20% on its debut on the New York Stock Exchange, after sealing its IPO at the mid-point of the marketed range.

  • Kims wraps up Rp21bn Indian IPO

    Kims wraps up Rp21bn Indian IPO

    General Atlantic-owned Indian healthcare group Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences (Kims) has raised around Rp21.4bn ($288m) from a nearly four times subscribed IPO.

  • China’s first public Reits rise on debut

    China’s first public Reits rise on debut

    The first batch of nine public infrastructure real estate investment trust (Reits) in China made their trading debuts on Monday to a strong showing from investors.

  • Acciona Energia sets toppy price range on IPO but hopes quality shines through

    Acciona Energia sets toppy price range on IPO but hopes quality shines through

    Banks have set a price range on the listing of Acciona Energia, the Spanish renewable energy company, valuing it at between €8.8bn and €9.8bn. The banks already have some indications of interest within the valuation range and the transaction is coming at a big discount to its main listed peer, but some ECM investors say they are likely to sit the deal out because they believe it to be too expensive at a time the IPO market is challenged.

  • Wise launches historic direct listing in London

    Wise launches historic direct listing in London

    Wise, the UK financial technology company, is looking to make stock market history by becoming the first such firm to list on the London Stock Exchange through a direct listing. If the deal is a success, it will show other issuers a way to go public that avoids having to build an order book for an IPO in a difficult market.

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