IPOs and new issues
Current IPOs and new issues
There are no current IPOs and new issues.
Potential IPOs and new issues
The IPOs listed below are subject to change and some IPOs may not be offered to retail customers. If you have a query on an upcoming IPO please contact our Dealing services team on 0345 37 33 479.
|M&G Prudential||Prudential is to demerge its UK business as a separately-listed company called M&G Prudential. Further details about the spin-off will be released later this year.|
Techniplas, a support services company specialising in complex components, plans to float on AIM this year.
Virtual reality tech specialist Ultrahaptics is considering a public listing according to media reports.
The oil and gas production company has previously said it will float on AIM on 29 October, but has not provided an update to the market.
|Greenfields Petroleum||Oil and gas exploration and development company Greenfields Petroleum plans to debut on AIM in early December.|
|Path Investments||Path Investments, an oil and gas firm that focuses on acquiring assets, said it plans to float on AIM in late October. No update has been provided to the market on the delay.|
|Green Man Gaming||
Online video games retailer Green Man Gaming is planning to float on AIM soon.
The University of Bradford spin-out oncology company is hoping to float on AIM soon.
|Deliveroo||The food delivery platform is considering a stock market flotation in London or New York, according to media reports.|
An IPO is the first sale of a company’s shares to the public. This is done by listing the shares on a stock exchange such as the London Stock Exchange and is also known as a flotation.
An IPO is also referred to as a public offering as the sale of shares is to the general public, rather than directly to select institutional or large investors which is known as a private placement.
Companies choose to offer shares to the public for a number of reasons including to raise finance for growth opportunities, widen the company’s shareholder base and raise the profile of the company.
Another popular way for a company to raise finance is to issue retail bonds. The company borrows cash from investor at a fixed rate for a set period. However retail bonds should not be confused with cash bonds issued by banks or building societies. They can be traded like shares on the London Stock Exchange and the value of them can go down as well as up.
Investment trusts can also issue additional shares and this process is referred to as an Offer for Subscription or Placing, this increases the size of the existing investment trust.
You will normally not pay any dealing charges when taking part in an IPO. We will receive an intermediary fee based on the aggregate value of applications made by our customers for acting as an appointed intermediary. However if we do not receive an intermediary fee we will apply our normal dealing charge.
Stamp Duty and PTM Levy are not payable on IPOs.