H2Ocean Ltd, a company which invests in a diversified global portfolio of early and growth stage financial technology (fintech) companies, says it is delighted to be extending the reach of its Initial Public Offering (IPO) and offering shares to retail investors through fintech firm OnMarket.
When it comes to investing, many of us think that bigger is better. But when it comes to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), the reverse may be true. Recent research by OnMarket BookBuilds reveals that of more than 1,000 IPOs that have gone through the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) since 2005, the returns from smaller IPOs have been markedly better than those from larger ones.
The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market delivered strong gains in July, with the average monthly return from the nine companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 15.7%, outperforming the S&P/ASX 200 by 9.4 per cent, according to a new report, the OnMarket July IPO Report 2016.
In recognition of the increasing investor demand for access to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), CMC Markets and OnMarkets BookBuilds (OMB) have entered a deal which allows CMC Markets’ clients to bid for IPOs through their broking account using OnMarket’s platform.
Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) are delivering stellar returns to investors, with the average gain on the 21 companies that listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in the second quarter sitting at 33.5%, an impressive outperformance of the S&P/ASX 200, which rose just 3.0%, according to the OnMarket Second Quarter IPO Report.
All Australians are being urged to sign a petition at getonmarket.com rallying against the Australian Securities Exchange’s proposed amendments to listing rules which could result in retail investors and self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) being locked out from participating in Initial Public Offering (IPOs).
The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market delivered strong gains in
May, with returns from companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking
9.4%, following on from a big 39.4% gain in April, according to a new report, the OnMarket
April-May IPO Report 2016.
Initial public offerings (IPOs) are getting bigger as technology and finance companies account for more listings on the ASX while a record 20% of ASX listings were by foreign businesses in 2015 with more to come, Tim Eisenhauer, managing director of OnMarket BookBuilds, has told an Australian Shareholders’ Association (ASA) conference today.
Fintech companies are moving in on traditional financial services providers as their products and services gain popularity, grabbing market share and talent while forcing down costs. Traditional jobs may be lost and even one of the big four banks could disappear, according to a panel of the nation’s leading fintech entrepreneurs speaking today at the Fintech CEOs on the Future of Finance seminar, being hosted by OnMarket BookBuilds.
Ground-breaking technology from OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB) has allowed investors to reap strong returns from investing in ASX Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), with average returns as high as 86% after one year, highlighting the real rewards of backing public floats.