IPO Roundup May 30, 2016

Is Hong Kong Blocking Wang Jianlin’s Buy-Back | Mingtiandi

After halting trading of Hong Kong-listed shares in his Dalian Wanda Commercial Properties more than a month ago, the path for Wang Jianlin to achieve his much-desired mainland listing is getting muddier as the Hong Kong stock exchange appears to be holding up the billionaire’s plans. 

US IPO Weekly Recap: US Foods delivers as five IPOs raise $1.5 billion – NASDAQ.com

Five IPOs raised $1.5 billion as the year’s biggest week concluded the year’s biggest month of IPO activity – further evidence that the IPO market’s rebound is underway. 

Boardroom boost as Kogan’s float looms

Online retailer Kogan is to boost its boardroom ranks ahead of its mooted sharemarket float later this year, lining up former Visy Group chief executive and Costa Group boss Harry Debney and high-ranked manufacturing executive Greg Ridder as a non-executive directors. 

MBK Partners-backed cafe chain Komeda to list in Tokyo

Cafe chain operator Komeda intends to go public in June, and is set to list on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) with a market capitalisation of $908 million (¥100 billion).

Outperforming Unique High Dividend Stock Yields 10%, With Estimates Rising – Communications Sales & Leasing, Inc (NASDAQ:CSAL) | Seeking Alpha

Own any Telecom stocks? They’re very popular with income investors due to their high dividend yields. 

Twilio files for IPO, sets up to thaw tech freeze

San Francisco-based Twilio filed for an initial public offering on Thursday, breathing a bit of life into the all-but-dead Silicon Valley IPO market. 

US IPO Week Ahead: Billionaire doctor back with another IPO – NASDAQ.com

The shortened holiday week ahead will see two deals come to market, raising just over $100 million combined. Coming off 15 pricings in May, the seasonally strong June should see similar or improved market activity. 

Dong Energy IPO: Discount comes with high risk

Dong Energy, Denmark’s largest utility and power generation company, made its initial public offering Thursday in what was a highly anticipated IPO after the firm failed to go public in the years between 2006 to 2008.

IPO Coming For Acushnet?

The golf industry often marches to the beat of its own drum, especially as it relates to conducting day-to-day business affairs. When it comes to corporate expansion or new investment capital, however, traditional business practices still apply. That includes taking a company public. 


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