JPMorgan Vice Chairman says 2019 IPO candidates have not yet been impacted by market volatility

Despite the recent market gyrations that can often scare off companies from making their public-market debuts, Noah Wintroub, a top West Coast banker at JPMorgan, says none of the firm’s clients have adjusted their plans yet. Wintroub noted that the IPO market tends to lag about six months from when a company’s executives and advisers first decide they want to go public. He also said market conditions tend to be a “little less relevant” for larger companies, than smaller companies.
Thu, Dec 6 20182:37 PM EST