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IPO Eye: Q3 2018

Low deal volumes and proceeds largely reflect the lack of investor appetite for IPOs in a volatile, uncertain market, according to this latest report by EY.

Key Findings:
  • 13 IPOs in Q3 raised £1.037bn
  • The Main Market saw 8 listings while AIM saw 5
  • Retail made a comeback, with the only PE-backed IPO of the quarter
  • Globally, technology, industrials and health care sectors have been the most prolific producers of IPOs

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Neil Glover
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Partner, UK&I IPO Leader

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