Quarterly survey tracking the volume and value of IPOs on Europe's main stock exchanges. Compiled by our London Capital Markets Group, it surveys all new primary market listings on Europe's principal stock markets.
PwC’s latest report predicts the European market could see IPO proceeds reaching €25 billion in 2016
PwC's latest IPO Watch predicts European IPO proceeds to be no more than €25bn by the end of the year
IPO Watch Europe Q1 2016. PwC report, trends and analysis of European IPO and capital markets activity during the first quarter of 2016.
IPO Watch 2015 review. PwC report, trends and analysis of 2015 European IPO and capital markets activity.
PwC European IPO Watch Q3 2015 report, trends and analysis of Q3 2015 European IPO activity
IPO Watch Q2 2015. PwC European IPO Watch Q2 2015 report, trends and analysis of Q2 2015 European IPO and capital markets activity.
PwC European IPO Watch Q1 2015 report, trends and analysis of Q1 2015 European IPO activity
2014 was the most successful year for IPOs since 2007.
PwC European IPO Watch Q3 2014 report, trends and analysis of Q3 2014 European IPO activity.
PwC European IPO Watch Q2 2014 report, trends and analysis of Q2 2014 European IPO activity.
PwC European IPO Watch Q1 2014, trends and analysis of Q1 2014 European IPO activity.
An overview of the European and global IPOs in 2013.
PwC European IPO Watch Q42013 report,trends and analysis of Q42013 European IPO activity.
Europe’s Initial Public Offerings (IPO) markets have continued to gain momentum in the second quarter, building on the successful start to the year.
PwC European IPO Watch Q2 2013, trends and analysis of Q2 2013 European IPO activity.
IPO activity rapidly materialised after the Christmas break, almost taking the markets by surprise as companies moved quickly to take advantage of the uptick in the FTSE index and low volatility..
An overview of the European and global IPOs in 2012
Although, economic and political conditions remain challenging across Europe, the outlook for Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) is more optimistic than we’ve seen for a long time. The value of IPOs in Europe increased by more than seven-fold year on year in the fourth quarter of 2012, making it the strongest performance since the third quarter of 2011. Overall 70 IPOs raised €7.5bn in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared with 78 IPOs raising €0.9bn in the same period in 2011. In this video Mark Hughes looks at the findings of our latest IPO watch survey.
In Q3 2012, PwC’s IPO Watch Europe survey reported 57 IPOs raising €4.4bn, compared with 81 IPOs raising €0.7bn in Q2 2012 and 121 IPOs raising €9.4bn in Q3 2011. The third quarter was dominated by the listing and capital raising of Sberbank, the largest commercial bank in Russia, which raised €4.0bn in September..
PwC European IPO Watch Q2 2012, trends and analysis of Q2 2012 European IPO activity.
Quarterly survey tracking the volume and value of IPOs on Europe's main stock exchanges.
A bright beginning to 2011 proved to be something of a false dawn for the IPO market. A total of €16.3bn was raised in the first half of 2011 across the European markets compared to €10.2bn in the last six months of 2011 as markets failed to ignite after the summer as hoped, due to the heightened economic uncertainty in Europe..
The success of the initial public offering (IPO) market for the whole of 2011 will be decided within the next few weeks.
London dominates as European IPOs are boosted by natural resource demand in a hostile market.
The offering values of European initial listings quadrupled in the last quarter of 2010 over the previous quarter, led by initial public offerings (IPOs) in London.