What major IPOs are set to take place this year?
Having welcomed £5.4bn of IPOs in 2016, the London Stock Exchange is set to see an astonishing £30bn of newly listed shares by the end of the year from six companies alone. UK IPOs are back with a bang.
Recent UK listings by Alfa Financial, Allied Irish Banks, Eddie Stobart and Global Ports have helped 2017 IPOs to top last year’s total proceeds already, while postponed listings due to ‘poor market conditions’ last year add to a jam-packed 2017 roster of flotations.
This updated report will highlight the most successful listings of 2017 so far and cover:
More potential IPOs that could take place in 2017
The pre and post-IPO options available to investors
Could several US giants see an IPO in 2017/18?
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