All the essential UK stock market IPO news in a single place.
International payments giant TransferWise has rebranded as Wise ahead of a potential blockbuster London IPO this year.
Cybersecurity AI company Darktrace has reportedly settled on London ahead of a £3.8 billion stock market float.
Former Neil Woodford-backed biotech firm Oxford Nanpore is getting set for a $3 billion IPO in the second half of this year.
British video call and messaging firm StarLeaf, a rival to Zoom and Microsoft Teams, is eyeing up a London IPO, City AM reports.
Lloyds of London insurer Canopius is reportedly plotting a £2 billion London IPO.
Online furniture retailer Made.com is eyeing a £1 billion stock market float after strong sales during the pandemic, Sky News reports.
Tech resale site Music Magpie is planning an IPO after bumper revenue in lockdown.
Online trading platform AvaTrade is plotting a £700 million London IPO, Sky News reports.
Online pension provider PensionBee confirms plans to list on London's main market and hopes to raise £55 million.
Energy giant EDF is looking to float its electric vehicle charger subsidiary Pod Point on the London Stock Exchange, Sky News reports.
Great Point Entertainment
Film and TV financier Great Point Entertainment hopes to raise £200 million in a London IPO.
Renewable energy infrastructure trust NextEnergy Renewables hopes to raise £300 million in a London float.
Online beauty business Beauty Bay is reportedly lining up a stock market float after the success of rival The Hut Group after its IPO.
New Generation Minerals
Australian gold explorer New Generational Minerals is plotting a London stock market float in 2021.
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