IPO Roundup May 24, 2016

The Good Guys set for IPO if JB Hi-Fi takeover does not eventuate – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Electrical and white goods retailer The Good Guys has moved a step closer to listing on the share market, appointing IPO managers. 

Talk of 4 issues keeps IPO mart abuzz: Parag tops chart among new entrants – The Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The week gone by was a tepid one for the secondary market. Yet, reports of companies planning to go public were buzzing across the market , reflecting the underlying momentum and renewed demand for fresh initial public offerings (IPOs).

Telefonica Said to Add Banks for Debt-Cutting IPO of Telxius – Bloomberg

Telefonica SA added several banks for the initial public offering of its infrastructure division Telxius, which could raise 4 billion to 5 billion euros ($4.5 billion-$5.6 billion) as the parent moves ahead with debt-reduction plans following the blocked sale of its U.K. wireless unit, according to people with knowledge of the matter. 

Joules IPO priced at 160p a share

Joules, the UK country clothing company that has become popular with Britain’s middle classes, will float on London’s junior Aim market at 160p a share, giving it a market capitalisation upon admission of £140m. 

First State Super eyes an IPO as it creates a national member-owned financial planning network | Business Insider

Not-for-profit superannuation fund First State Super is creating the largest member-owned financial planning network in Australia after winning an auction to acquire the NSW government’s StatePlus. 

How VietJet prepares for its IPO

Vietnam’s bikini-imaged airline VietJet is mulling an overseas IPO within 2016, targeting Hong Kong or Singapore as the listing destination.

Cotiviti Holdings IPO: Consider An Investment – Cotiviti Holdings (Pending:COTV) | Seeking Alpha

COTV provides payment solutions, largely for the healthcare industry; the company expects to raise up to $273.15 million in its IPO. 

Robotic-Hand Maker Squse Said to Consider IPO in Japan Next Year – Bloomberg

Squse Inc., a Japanese maker of robotic hands that can pick up food, plans an initial public offering in Tokyo as early as next year to fund overseas expansion, according to people with knowledge of the matter. 

O2 mulls IPO as Telefonica regroups after failed Three mobile deal – Computer Business Review

Executives at O2 are considering the operator’s next move after a planned £10.25bn buy-out was rejected by the European Commission, with a stock market float possibly emerging as the preferred option. 


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