T212 are good, however @intunderflow please note that the price at which retail investors, such as us, will be able to invest is likely to be much higher than the IPO price. That is because that price is usually only for institutioal investors. Retail investors access the stock later (buying it from the initial buyers - usually institutional investors) which means that it could be significantly higher.
And brokers such as T212 cannot do anything about this, it is just how IPOs work.
That happened for example with Snowflake’s IPO.
Does anyone know the exact numbers?