Banking: Tesco Bank
Cars: Cabify, Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren, StoreDot
Electronics and entertainment: Vue Cinema, Nextdoor
Finance: Robinhood, WorldRemit, Trustly, Klarna, Stripe, Ascensus
Food and drink: Postmates, BrewDog, EG Group
Tech: Checkout.com, Instacart, Gitlab, Udemy, Tanium
Space: SpaceX, Starlink
Healthcare: IVC Evidensia
Flexible, unlimited investing. Commission-free share dealing.
Buy and sell shares instantly during stock market opening hours.
Invest tax-free with no UK capital gains or income tax. We charge a flat monthly fee and no commissions for placing trades.
Plus offers 3% interest on cash, up to a max deposit of £4,000, more order types with limit orders and stop losses, stocks and shares ISA, and more stocks.
When you invest, your capital is at risk
See our full pricing table.
An initial public offering (IPO) is the process by which a private company sells shares to public investors for the first time and lists on a stock exchange. The main reason companies go public is to raise money by selling their shares, which can help to expand their business and pay back investors.