All the essential UK stock market IPO news in a single place.
Restaurant takeaway app Deliveroo is working on plans for a London IPO next year which value it at over £2 billion, Sky News reports.
Music royalty investment trust Round Hill is seeking to raise $375 million in a London float.
Wheaton Precious Metals
Mining royalty giant Wheaton Precious Metals, with a $23 billion market cap, plans to list in London by the end of the year but isn't looking to raise any money.
Buffettology Smaller Companies
Investment trust Buffettology Smaller Companies, which aims to apply Warren Buffett's investment style in picking small caps, plans to raise £100 million in a London float.
Schroder British Opportunities
Investment trust Schroder British Opportunities, which looks to invest in public and private British companies, hopes to raise £250 million in an IPO.
Lithium exploration company Erris Resources plans to list on AIM by the end of the month.
Graphite miner Tirupati Graphite is planning to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Tech led healthcare business Umuthi Healthcare has announced plans to list on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
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.
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 £3.5 million by floating on NEX.
Australian metals company TNG plans to list in London this year.
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