London regains position as Europe’s most active exchange for IPOs, but IPO activity remains subdued across Europe
- 53 European IPOs raised €4.5bn in Q1 2017, an increase of €1.0bn, or 28% as compared to the €3.5bn raised by 50 IPOs in Q1 2016.
- The London Stock Exchange was the most active European exchange in the quarter with 20 IPOs raising £1.8bn, in line with Q1 2016.
- The two largest IPOs in Europe have been on the Bolsas y Mercados Espanoles (BME) the Spanish stock exchange: Prosegur Cash raised €750m and Neinor Homes raised €709m.
|Mar-17||Prosegur Cash SA||750||Industrials||BME|
|Mar-17||Neinor Homes SAU||709||Financials||BME|
|Mar-17||BioPharma Credit plc||705||Financials||London|
|Mar-17||Ocelot Partners Ltd||395||Financials||London|
|Mar-17||Aumann GmbH||218||Industrials||Deutsche Börse|
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