IPOs

  • PolyPeptide's IPO covered on day one

    PolyPeptide's IPO covered on day one

    The IPO of PolyPeptide, the Swiss pharmaceutical ingredients company, was covered on the first morning of bookbuilding on Wednesday, according to sources close to the deal.

  • Governance concerns won't derail Darktrace's IPO

    Governance concerns won't derail Darktrace's IPO

    The corporate governance issues surrounding Darktrace, the UK AI cyber security company that confirmed its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange this week, can be generously described as unusual but they are not a shock to the market, and are unlikely to put investors off completely, providing the company seeks a sensible valuation.

  • Hemnet opens books on 'premium' IPO

    Hemnet opens books on 'premium' IPO

    Swedish house selling platform Hemnet opened on Monday the books for its IPO on the Nasdaq Stockholm. Sources close to the deal said that the transaction was proving popular and expected it to price at a premium to listed competitors like the UK's Rightmove.

  • China tightens Star market listing rules

    China tightens Star market listing rules

    The Chinese securities regulator and the Shanghai bourse have boosted requirements on Star market IPO candidates’ technology credentials, banning the listing of financial and investment companies and tightening scrutiny on financial technology firms.

  • ThaiBev shelves jumbo Singapore spin-off

    ThaiBev shelves jumbo Singapore spin-off

    Thai Beverage has postponed the multi-billion-dollar spin-off and listing of its brewery unit in Singapore, citing choppy markets and a surge in Covid-19 cases in Thailand.

  • Trip shares take off in Hong Kong debut

    Trip shares take off in Hong Kong debut

    Trip.com Group's shares rose on its debut on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Monday, following a popular billion-dollar secondary listing by the Chinese travel company.

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