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Europen IPOs

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Fewer IPOs in Europe this past year — 38 European venture-backed companies completed IPOs worth 893 million Euros, according to Dow Jones VentureSource — down from 89 companies and 1.7 billion Euros in 2006. Some causes, according to the report: Fears of recession and the credit crunch. The good news: The median amount raised via IPO was 15.8 million Euros, the highest in six years. The median pre-valuation for the companies was 59.2 million Euros, the highest since 2000.

 

 

 

Trend:

 

raising money outside of NYC or London:

 

examples: 

 

an IPO for Tommy Hilfiger (taken private by Apax Partners in 2005) -- however, there is a twist, the flotation will not be on a U.S. market, but rather in the more buoyant Amsterdam, the Netherlands, exchange.

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