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The Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market is hotting up both in the UK, europe and the US, and you can track all upcoming IPO’s with Atlantic.

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HOT UPCOMING IPO

PORSCHE AG

The highly anticipated Porsche IPO has now been announced for this year, and some reports suggest it to have the potential to be one of the biggest IPO’s in the German stock market history.

Volkswagen have said it was exploring the potential of spinning-off Porsche through its own IPO in February 2022, stating a listing ‘would provide more entrepreneurial freedom to Porsche AG, while crystalising the company’s value for Volkswagen shareholders’.

 

UK IPOs

Jaguar Land Rover

(Estimated market cap: £2bn)

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is part of India’s Tata Motors and has long been rumoured to be considering an IPO. Optimism surrounding JLR’s listing has dwindled as a result of delays to Brexit, declining diesel sales, a drop in Chinese demand and of course the recent pandemic.

Monzo

(Estimated market cap: £1.2bn)

Monzo is an online bank with over 5 million customers, of which 135 000 are on paid account tiers. The company is one of the leading UK innovators that are offering a non-traditional option to banking.

Starling Bank

(Estimated market cap: £1.1bn)

Starling is one of the UK’s leading digital-only banks. It was founded in 2014 by Anne Boden, a former banking executive. Boden, who is also the CEO of Starling, is planning to list the company on the LSE. In 2021 fundraising round, Starling raised £272 million, which is said to have placed its valuation at £1.1 billion.

McLaren Group

(Estimated market cap: £1.1bn)

McLaren is a British car manufacturer that was founded in 1981 after Ron Dennis acquired the McLaren Formula 1 team. The company is considered an innovator in the world of Formula 1 racing, having won 20 World Championships and over 180 races.While racing is very much still the businesses focus, it has built a methodology based on developing the fields of science and technology.McLaren Group is the umbrella company for McLaren Racing, McLaren Automotive and McLaren Applied. Each subsidiary is a company in its own right, with different investors, directors and aims.

International IPOs

Stripe

(Estimated market cap: $95 billion)

Established by the Collison brothers in 2010, Stripe is a fintech company that develops economic infrastructure to facilitate digital payments and other financial business management processes. Stripe enables millions of companies to start, run and scale their businesses up in over 120 countries. Similar to other digital innovators who have seen a boost in business since the pandemic hit, Stripe has been thriving.

Lamborghini

(Estimated market cap: $12bn)

Lamborghini has done well despite Covid-19 disruptions, and is rumoured to be planning an IPO in the near future. The carmaker is owned by the Volkswagen Group, which is said to also be preparing its other Italian divisions such as Ducati and ItalDesign for possible IPOs.

Robinhood

(Estimated market cap: $40bn)

Robinhood confirmed in March 2021 that it had filed paperwork with the US SEC for its Nasdaq IPO, after securing $2.4 billion in its latest round of fundraising. This is said to have put the company’s valuation at $40 billion, which is well over triple its September 2020 valuation of $11.7 billion.

Starlink

(Estimated market cap: $30bn)

Elon Musk confirmed in February 2021 the potential to float Starlink, saying that a decision will be made once cashflow can be predicted for the business. Meanwhile, SpaceX is focusing on chasing other goals, such as establishing a settlement on Mars. Starlink is a satellite network aimed at providing global internet access at very high speeds.

Cazoo

(Estimated market cap: $7bn)

Cazoo is an online car retailer that enables customers to complete used car purchases digitally. Customers can then choose to collect their cars or have them delivered in the UK by Cazoo. Cazoo is set to list on the New York Stock Exchange via a SPAC, AJAX I Acquisition Corporation. AJAX I is led by Dan Och, a billionaire investor who is said to be planning on joining Cazoo’s board. The SPAC deal is expected to raise around $1.6 billion and values Cazoo at $7 billion, over double its October 2020 $2.6 billion estimated valuation.