New IPOs going live TODAY (Wed 26th May, ‘21)

Good morning @David @Rumen

The following IPOs are diarised for today;

LSE:DNM (Dianomi Plc)
LSE:KITW (Kitwave Group Plc)
LSE:GWIA (Globalworth Real Estate Investments)
ETR:HGEA (hGears AG)
BME:HOME (Neinor Homes SA)
NDAQ:FLYW (Flywire Corp)
NYSE:PAY (Paymentus Holdings, Inc.)
NYSE:ZIP (ZipRecruiter, Inc.) - Direct Listing, please prioritise
NDAQ:DYNS (Dynamics Special Purpose Corp.)
NDAQ:NMTC (NeuroOne Medical Technologies Corporation)
BEL:DISL (Immobilière Distri-Land)
BEL:ECONB (Econocom Group SE)
BEL:ALEMK (Emakina Group SA)
VIE:GAGV (Gurktaler AG)
VIE:MAN (Josef Manner & Comp. AG)

Would you mind adding as soon as you can please? If possible please also make these fractional from the start.

I’ll request the following SPAC IPOs once commons are available;

  • None

Cheers guys,


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@David - there are also a sh!t-tonne of leverage ETFs going public today, should I list them here or will your future solution likely catch these?


@David - reminder thanks

@David - there’s a Direct Listing today - can you add that urgently please? Thanks

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@David @Rumen - reminder, thanks.

cc. @Tony.V

@David @Rumen - reminder, thanks.

cc. @Tony.V

@David @Rumen - reminder, thanks.

cc. @Tony.V

You can buy it on FT, save waiting?

It is a difficult one though. Small retail investors can only really invest in pre IPO companies through say the likes of Crowdcube, or investment trusts that are specialised in picking out these types of investment.

Personally, I would generally not invest in a new listing of a private company. You will have a lot of investors that helped fund the company over the years potentially looking for an exit point, people looking to make quick buck and so on based on short term interest. The regulatory requirements and information available to investors can also be limited.

It wasn’t for me. I just stress the Direct Listings for that reason. No IPO nonsense.

Direct Listings are retails best chance at an entry level investment so I really do think @David @Tony.V et al should prioritise these higher than IPOs.

Your point is valid, but they should at least have the choice.