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  • The rush last year to mint "unicorns"- firms valued at more than $1 billion- led to a worldwide crash in venture capital funding that is continuing to drag on the creation of new start-ups, especially in Europe, while weighing on stock markets. The market for new tech listings in Europe retreated from five IPOs in the second quarter of 2015 to just one a quarter later...

  • ICICI Pru Life's IPO biggest in India in six years. MUMBAI, Sept 21- India's ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co Ltd saw strong demand on Wednesday for its up to $904 million initial public offering, the nation's biggest for six years, with investors putting in orders for more than 10 times the number of shares on offer. "Generally, there has been a tailwind for the...

  • COPENHAGEN, Sept 21- Denmark's Nets will list in Copenhagen on Friday, four days earlier than planned, after attracting solid interest in its shares, the card payment services company said on Wednesday. An IPO has been on the cards since its 17- billion-crown acquisition by private equity firms Advent International and Bain Capital and Danish pension fund ATP...

  • COPENHAGEN, Sept 21- Denmark- based card payment services company Nets will list in Copenhagen on Friday, four days earlier than planned, after solid interest in its shares, Danish broadcaster TV2 said Wednesday, citing unnamed sources. Nets last week set an indicative price range for its planned initial public offering that values the business at up to $4.8...

  • It's been a lumpy year for IPOs: Expert

    Gareth McCartney, EMEA head of ECM syndicate at UBS, says we're entering a period of low volatility which is a good window for new IPOs.

  • *India, other Asian markets primed for initial offerings. *Brazil also re-emerging but Russia slower off blocks. That has already triggered some initial public offerings including in India, where ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co Ltd on Monday launched a bid to raise almost $1 billion in what will be the biggest local listing since 2010..

  • *India, other Asian markets primed for initial offerings. *Brazil also re-emerging but Russia slower off blocks. That has already triggered some initial public offerings including in India, where ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co Ltd on Monday launched a bid to raise almost $1 billion in what will be the biggest local listing since 2010..

  • *PSBC's marketed valuation was far above Hong Kong- listed rivals. HONG KONG, Sept 20- State-owned Postal Savings Bank of China is set to price its Hong Kong initial public offering near the bottom of expectations on tepid demand- although at around $7.6 billion, the deal is still set to be the world's largest in two years. China's biggest lender by number of branches...

  • ICICI PKG

    ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochhar says the listing of ICICI Prudential life Insurance is huge leap forward for India's capital markets and financial sector.

  • SGX PKG

    Singapore Exchange's Loh Boon Chye talks to CNBC about the recent trading disruptions and how it is coping with low trading volumes.

  • Sept 16- Schneider National Inc, one of the largest truckload carriers in the United States, is exploring an initial public offering that could value it at as much as $5 billion, including debt, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. The company may seek to raise as much as $700 million in its IPO, one of them added. In June, Schneider National acquired Lodeso...

  • COPENHAGEN, Sept 15- A Danish political watchdog on Wednesday asked the national audit office to investigate the role of key parties involved in the share market flotation of offshore wind farm developer DONG Energy. The sale meant the Wall Street bank doubled an 8 billion- crown investment made just two and a half years earlier, fueling criticism in Denmark...

  • The IPO market is down this year, but 2017 is looking like a more stable year, EY's Jackie Kelley says.

  • EY: Positive on IPO landscape for 2017

    Jackie Kelley, EY Americas IPO leader, discusses why she thinks IPOs will pick up after the election.

  • COPENHAGEN, Sept 14- A Danish political watchdog on Wednesday asked the national audit office to investigate the role of key parties involved in the share market flotation of offshore wind farm developer DONG Energy, including Goldman Sachs. The sale meant the Wall Street bank doubled an 8 billion- crown investment made just two and a half years earlier, fueling...

  • Sept 14- AC Immune, the Swiss biotech company working on treatments for Alzheimer's disease, has set the pricing band for its keenly awaited U.S. initial public offering, valuing the firm at about $700 million, at the top end of the range. AC Immune, which filed to go public in May, said it would offer 4.55 million common shares at an estimated price range of $11 to $13 per...

  • Wanda Delists

    Haitong Intl Securities Group's Kevin Leung reckons Wanda will go private for a while before relisting on the mainland exchange in a couple of years.

  • Wanda Delist

    There are new structural changes that may eliminate the price differences between the A-share and H-share market, says BoComm Intl's Hao Hong.

  • Sept 13- AC Immune SA on Tuesday set the pricing range for its keenly awaited U.S. initial public offering, valuing the Swiss biotech firm at about $700 million at the top end of the range. AC Immune, which filed to go public in May, said it would offer 4.55 million common shares at the estimated price range of $11 to $13 per share. AC Immune, which is backed by German...