IPOs and new issues
Current IPOs and new issues
|Title||Issue type||IPO status||Closing date|
|Tellworth British Recovery & Growth Trust PLC Share Offer||Share offer||Open||Mon, 05/10/2020 - 12:00||Find out more|
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.
|Guild Esports||eSports company Guild Esports, part owned by David Beckham, is planning a London IPO next month.|
|Various Eateries||Upmarket restaurant group Various Eateries plans a £25m float on AIM by the end of September.|
|Alvarium Home REIT||
Alvarium Home REIT, which aims to provide housing for the homeless, plans to raise £250m in a stock market float.
|Tellworth British||'Best of British' investment trust Tellworth British Recovery & Growth plans to raise £100 million in an IPO.|
|Triple Point Energy Efficiency Infrastructure||Energy efficiency income investment trust Triple Point Energy Efficiency Infrastructure hopes to raise £200 million in an IPO next month.|
|Mode Group||UK fintech company Mode plans to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange in early October.|
Tech led healthcare business Umuthi Healthcare has announced plans to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
|Zim||Israeli shipping company Zim has reportedly hired investment bankers ahead of a potential London listing.|
Sloane Developments, the UK subsidiary of Irish power plant operator Kibo Energy, could list in London by the end of the year, City AM reports.
|Proof of Trust||Blockchain company Proof of Trust said it is working on securing 'high-profile partnerships' ahead of its listing in London.|
|Kaspi||Kazakh finance firm Kaspi could seek a $700m London float once the coronavirus crisis calms down, reports Reuters.|
|Jordan's Fine||UAE-based paper products manufacturer Jordan's Fine Hygnienic Holding plans to float in London in 2021.|
Clean tech company Zapp Scooters plans to raise up to £3.5m by floating on NEX.
|TNG||Australian metals company TNG plans to list in London this year.|