Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), share offers and bond launches

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IPOs and new issues

Current IPOs and new issues

There are no current IPOs and new issues.

Please remember that investing in IPOs carries a high degree of risk. The value of your investment may fall significantly after the security is quoted on the open market and you may not get back all the money that you invest. Any decision to invest in an IPO, share offer or retail bond launch should be made solely on the basis of the information contained in the Prospectus, and any supplementary information. We do not offer advice on the suitability of any IPOs for you. Should you require financial advice please consult a suitably qualified financial adviser. Any notification of an IPO on our website is not an endorsement of the issue, nor is it solicitation for interest in the issue.

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.

Company Description
Pepco Group

Poundland owner Pepco Group could float up to 25% of its shares on the London Stock Exchange.

SDIC Power

Chinese state-backed energy firm SDIC Power has received regulatory approval for a float in London.

Smiths Medical Smiths said its plans to demerge its medical business and separately list it remain on track for the first half of 2020.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Wolverhampton Wanderers owner Fosun is looking to sell a stake in the football club to gauge investor appetite for an IPO, the FT reports.
Wolseley Building materials giant Ferguson is planning to float its Wolseley plumbing business on the London stock market.
DNEG Oscar winner DNEG plans to 'accelerate growth' by raising £150m in a London IPO.
Uhuru Softbank-backed tech startup Uhuru is set to list on AIM in Q4 this year.
Mischon de Reya Law firm Mishcon de Reya is reportedly mulling a stock market float so it can attract new investors.
Longboat Energy

New oil venture Longboat Energy plans to list on AIM in late November with a £10m IPO.

TNG Australian metals company TNG plans to list in London next year.
Pacific Petroleum

Australian fuel company Pacific Petroleum now expects to list on AIM in late November.