IPOS and Secondary Placings
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
An IPO is when a private company lists shares on the stock market for the first time and members of the public get an opportunity to buy them. A bit like BT, British Gas all those years ago and more recently Aston Martin and Royal mail.
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A Placing is a common method of raising capital through offering equity shares. Publicly traded companies issue a secondary stock offering to raise capital. A company listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM that wants to make a placing will appoint a broker or an investment bank to ‘place’ its shares with selected institutional investors.
Secondary Placings may not be suitable for all investors. CCM carry out a full risk assessment before recommending these prroducts to our clients. If you would like to talk to a member of our specialist team regarding how trading in Secondary Placing s could enhance your portfolio, click the button below.
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