IPOs

  • Brexit deal would be rocket fuel for UK equities

    Brexit deal would be rocket fuel for UK equities

    The astonishing rally in UK domestic equities in the past week as a Brexit deal with the EU started to look more likely showed how important an orderly exit from the bloc is to the market. If there is more progress towards a deal this week, the little loved sector could be primed for a resurgence in capital markets.

  • Oscar winning DNEG prepares London listing

    Oscar winning DNEG prepares London listing

    DNEG, the UK-based motion picture visual effects company that has worked on blockbuster hits like the Avengers and Harry Potter franchises, has filed initial paperwork to list in London.

  • Helios Towers trades up after IPO despite tough backdrop

    Helios Towers trades up after IPO despite tough backdrop

    Shares in Helios Towers, the African telecommunications infrastructure company backed by George Soros and Madeleine Albright, rose as much as 4.3% following their debut on the London Stock Exchange on Tuesday morning, despite a jittery market that has seen numerous IPOs pulled or trading below their offer prices.

  • Languang Justbon scores with HK$1.6bn IPO

    Languang Justbon scores with HK$1.6bn IPO

    Property manager Sichuan Languang Justbon Services Group has bagged HK$1.59bn ($202.3m) after a surge of demand from institutional and retail investors, according to a source close to the deal.

  • Ferretti IPO still afloat as banks lower IPO range

    Ferretti IPO still afloat as banks lower IPO range

    Ferretti, the luxury manufacturer of Italian yachts, has lowered its valuation expectations, and IPO range, for its listing on the Milan stock exchange as banks work to get the deal across the line.

  • Investors prepare for Aramco IPO but worry about valuation

    Investors prepare for Aramco IPO but worry about valuation

    Equity investors expect there will be an IPO of Saudi Aramco this year as long as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS), and the Saudi government, go ahead with the deal at a valuation below his $2tr aim. But some are concerned the Saudi's will push ahead with whatever value they deem the company is worth, regardless of initial feedback.

  • SoftwareOne covers Sfr700m IPO on day one

    SoftwareOne covers Sfr700m IPO on day one

    SoftwareOne Holding, the KKR-backed IT services company, is making good progress on its IPO on the SIX Swiss Exchange, despite market sentiment being hit by the poor aftermarket performance of TeamViewer, the German software company that listed in Frankfurt last month.

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