IPO Roundup May 20, 2016

With Nutanix IPO on shelf, founders and investors fund ThoughtSpot

Venture capitalists and technology CEOs are waiting — somewhat impatiently — for cloud company Nutanix to go public and end the 2016 IPO stalemate. 

RPT-BOC Aviation seeks securitisation deals with IPO investors | Reuters

Aircraft leasing company BOC Aviation Ltd is looking to partner with the cornerstone investors in its $1.1 billion public share offer in potential aircraft securitisation deals and joint ventures, it said on Wednesday. 

Hotel Lotte IPO May Raise $4.8 Billion in Record Korea Deal – Bloomberg

Lotte Group’s hotel unit is planning an initial public offering that may fetch as much as 5.7 trillion won ($4.8 billion) in what could be South Korea’s biggest IPO ever. 

Startups won’t IPO until Q3 2016 at the earliest – Business Insider

Many startups are starting to put the materials together to go public, but that doesn’t mean the IPO market has warmed up to tech, says venture capitalist Sandy Miller of IVP

StatePlus IPO to be underwritten at $820m: sources | afr.com

Investment banks Macquarie Capital and Morgan Stanley are preparing to underwrite an initial public offering for retirement planner StatePlus at $820 million, sources told Street Talk on Thursday.  

Biz Break: Zuckerberg marks Facebook’s IPO anniversary by meeting with conservatives

Happy Anniversary. Now, Talk It Over: On your anniversary, you want to remember the good times that got you to where you are today. You probably don’t want to feel forced into spending time with someone you don’t really feel like hanging around with. 

Samsung Biologics picks Citigroup, four others to manage IPO | Reuters

Samsung Biologics Co Ltd, the biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing affiliate of Samsung Group [SAGR.UL], said on Thursday it has chosen Citigroup, JPMorgan, Credit Suisse and two others as advisors for its planned initial public offering. 

Reuters – South Korea’s Hotel Lotte says IPO to raise up to $4.8 billion

South Korea’s Hotel Lotte Co Ltd said on Thursday its initial public offering (IPO) is expected to raise up to 5.7 trillion won (3.3 billion pounds), in what will be the world’s biggest IPO since late 2015. 

Vodafone India, i-banks to kick-off IPO talks today: Sources – Moneycontrol.com

Telecom giant Vodafone India will be the largest IPO in half a decade, after Coal India, reports Nisha Podar of CNBC-TV18.

Argentina’s Supervielle Ends Country’s Two-Year IPO Drought – Bloomberg

Argentina’s Grupo Supervielle SA, controller of lender Banco Supervielle SA, rallied in its trading debut after raising $280 million in the country’s first initial public offering in two years. It sold the shares at the low end of its projected range. 

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