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Recently IPO’d

2021 saw some big names going public, including Wise, Squarespace and Coinbase. Head to your Freetrade app to check out freshly IPO’d companies.

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Rumoured IPOs

Banking: Tesco Bank

Cars: Cabify, Jaguar Land Rover, McLaren, StoreDot

Electronics and entertainment: Vue Cinema, Discord

Finance: WorldRemit, Trustly, Klarna, Stripe, Ascensus

Food and drink: Postmates, BrewDog, EG Group

Tech: Checkout.com, Instacart, Gitlab, Tanium

Telecom: O2

Space: SpaceX, Starlink

Healthcare: IVC Evidensia

IPOs to watch in 2022

Read about investing in IPOs in 2022 and the companies we are most excited to see go public this year.

What is an IPO?

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.

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