Smaller initial public offerings (IPOs) easily outperformed larger IPOs on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) in 2016, while company floats as a sector delivered much better returns than the broader share market, according to OnMarket 2016 IPO Report.
The technology and healthcare sector accounted for six of the Top 10 IPOs in 2016, with the IT sector taking over from resources as the most active capital-raising sector on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), according to Ben Bucknell, Chief Executive of OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB).
Year-to-date returns on Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) sat at an impressive 35.8% as at November 30, compared to just 2.7% for the S&P/ASX200, a sign of a healthy company float market, according to Ben Bucknell, Chief Executive of OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB).
Innovative fintech company OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB) has today announced a world-first partnership with the multi-award winning loyalty program of Virgin Australia, Velocity Frequent Flyer. The partnership will allow investors to earn Velocity Points on investments they make in Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)
Fintech OnMarket BookBuilds is celebrating 12 months since the launch of OnMarket, the world’s first direct access portal and app for IPOs and equity placements, having attracted a strong Generation Y following while opening up this ‘asset class’ to all investors.
Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) significantly outperformed the broader share market in the third quarter of 2016, with the average gain on the 24 companies which listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 28.2%, an impressive outperformance over the S&P/ASX 200, which returned 3.9%, the OnMarket Third Quarter IPO Report 2016 reveals.
Ben Bucknell, CEO of OnMarket asks the important questions at the 2016 ASX AGM.
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.