Peel Hunt: New UK IPOs are down along with our revenue

Down £65.9m year-on-year

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Steven Fine CEO of Peel Hunt

Steven Fine CEO of Peel Hunt

The number of new UK IPOs took a dive in Q4 2021 following geopolitical and macroeconomic headwinds, along with Peel Hunt’s revenue, the investment bankers reported.

Peel Hunt's latest full-year results revealed a bleak end of the year in 2021 for UK IPOs, despite starting out strong. In the report, analysts said that at the start of the year the UK IPO market were "at their busiest since 2014 due to pent-up demand over the pandemic". Johnson pledges 'ownership revolution' with new mortgage rules In 2021, 120 companies listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) breaking the previous record set in 2014. Peel Hunt itself was one of these, floating on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in September last year, raising £112m at the open. But ...

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