All the essential UK stock market IPO news in a single place. 

TI Fluid Systems

The automotive fluid storage expert is having another go at joining the stock market, having scrapped its IPO a year ago. It hopes to float in late October.

OG Graphite

Ontario Graphite claims to have the largest graphite mineral resource project in North America. The miner hopes to join AIM in late October.


The international diagnostics group is raising £8.8m for an AIM listing on 1 November. It will be valued at £22.4m upon admission.


Microwave meals group Bakkavor is set to join the London market in early November, raising up to £100m. It also supplies fresh goods to supermarkets.


The founders of JD Sports are rumoured to be bringing the t-shirt and trainers seller to the London stock market very soon.


The power generation business plans to list on London's Main Market in November.


Fashion firm Sosandar is to join AIM by reversing into the Orogen cash shell. Will be valued at £16.1m when it floats on 2 November.

TMF Group

The compliance and administrative services firm works for 60% of the FTSE 100 and 40% of the Forbes 500. It hopes to join London's Main Market in November.

M7 Multi-Let REIT

This is a new investment business which hopes to build up a portfolio of regional light industrial and office assets. It is targeting admission on 13 November.

En+ Group

There is speculation that Russian resources business En+ is preparing to list in London. Its principal focus is energy and aluminium production.


The online property portal hopes to raise £50m and join AIM very soon, spending the money on advertising to try and take market share from Rightmove and Zoopla.

Indian Pacific Resources

Coming to AIM in the immediate future is Indian Pacific Resources which owns an iron ore project in Madagascar.


The petrol station operator could be floated on the London stock market soon in order to provide an exit route for current owner Lone Star Funds, according to media reports.


The telecoms provider is widely rumoured to be preparing to join the UK stock market, potentially letting retail investors buy shares at the IPO price.


The brains behind the loveable meerkat commercials is rumoured to be looking at an IPO on the London market. Insurance group BGL owns the Compare The Market price comparison website, which could be valued at more than £1bn.


Electric car manufacturer nanoFlowcell has confirmed plans to float in 2017.

City Pub Company

The entrepreneurs who sold their previous business Capital Pub to Greene King for £93m are set to bring their latest venture, City Pub Company, to AIM in 2017.

Vue Cinemas

British cinema chain widely tipped to be floating in London this year.

Sky Betting

Private equity group CVC could push for a London IPO as a way of selling its 20% stake in the gambling business, but this is all speculation at present.


BRF, one of the world's largest food companies, has confirmed a London IPO is one option being considered for its halal chicken business.


Reports suggest private equity owner Apollo is considering an IPO for Aurum which is best known as the owner of high street jeweller Goldsmiths.


Private equity group Blackstone will float £11bn warehouse business Logicor on the London market this year, according to reports.


This London tech business is rumoured to considering an IPO in London this year. It helps brands such as Lego to comply with rules on advertising to children online.

Hybrid Air Vehicles

A stock market float could be on the cards in 2017 or 2018 for the British airship manufacturer, claim media reports.

AppBox Media

UK-based mobile apps and video games developer says it will look to float in London or the US Nasdaq market next year.

White Rivers Exploration 

Has a joint venture in South Africa with Harmony on ones of the world's largest undeveloped gold mines. London IPO plans have been pushed back to 2018.

GEMS Education

The Dubai-based private school operator is rumoured to be eyeing a London IPO in 2018 with a speculated $4bn valuation.

Simit Sarayi

The Turkish simit bread seller is reported to be lining up a London listing in 2018.


The owner of thousands of British mobile phone masts could list in London next year, media reports suggest. A £6bn valuation has been speculated.

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