IPO Watch Europe surveys all new primary market equity IPOs on Europe’s principal stock markets and market segments (including exchanges in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK) on a quarterly basis. Movements between markets on the same exchange and greenshoe offerings are excluded.
Given the current economic climate, in particular the focus on the European Central Banks Comprehensive Assessment and the move to the Single Supervisory Mechanism, a working group from the PwC Response to the economic crisis in Europe (REcCE) network has developed a provocative point of view paper on the future shape and nature of banking services and of “banks” themselves.
This is an analysis of a selection of Eurobond by Russian issuers for the 12 months ended 30 September 2014 and 2013, and therefore is not a full list of all Eurobond deals for those periods.
An overview of requirements for listing on Russia’s primary securities trading venue - Moscow Exchange (ME).
This Greater China IPO Watch provides an overview of the initial public offerings (IPOs) and listing activities on Greater China’s principal stock markets, including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Taiwan.
Our publication analyzes US equity and debt capital markets transactions that occurred in 2014.
IPO Watch Europe surveys all new primary market equity IPOs on Europe’s principal stock markets and market segments (including exchanges in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the UK) on a quarterly basis.
The Russian economy has been rocked in the last 6 months by the collapse of globaloil prices, significant Rouble depreciation, rising double-digit inflation, and a squeezeon access to capital markets.
This survey was conducted between 1 July and 30 September 2014 and captures new market IPOs based on their transaction date.
This publication provides an overview of Russian IPOs from 2005 to 2014, as well as analytics on the companies' choice of listing centres, investment banks, legal counsels and issuers’ jurisdictions when issuing shares and GDRs.
This report could be described as the first post-crisis Banking Banana Skins survey since it shows, for the first time in seven years, a decline in the level of anxiety about the condition of the banking system. The risk landscape it paints therefore reflects people’s risk preoccupations in a newly evolving world.
The London Stock Exchange is one of the world's oldest exchanges and offers a wide choice of routes to market, for UK and international companies.
Mining companies require capital to fund exploration efforts and mine development, and historically equity markets have been the main source of mining finance.
A guide to going public
A listing on Frankfurt Stock Exchange (FSE) places your company at the heart of one of Europe’s most important financial centres.
Sustained high hydrocarbon prices have opened up opportunities for oil and gas development and fuelled a strong appetite for oil and gas stocks.
The process of selecting the most appropriate exchange for your business to list its shares is challenging and complex. Understanding the differences among global exchanges and determining the exchange that best fits the unique needs of your business are key aspects of a successful listing.
The risk of another global recession and a renewed banking crisis is high according to a new survey of the dangers currently facing the world’s banking industry – this is one of the conclusions from Banana Skins Banking Risk Survey carried out by the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation (CSFI) and PwC.
Over the past 10 years there has been a significant increase in cross border capital market transactions, in particular IPOs
In recent years, the WSE has built a reputation for being an attractive market for both domestic and foreign companies, especially those from Central and Eastern Europe
This survey covers 42 of Russia’s largest companies from various industries that have held an initial public offering (IPO)
A number of European stock exchanges have become major centres for listing debt securities.
Highlights of listing requirements for the Main Board versus Growth Enterprise Market.
The United States (“US”) securities market represents one of the largest sources of capital in the world.
The 2011 Survey provides a number of perspectives on private banking and wealth management.
Towards integrated reporting, assurance and governance
The report presents a set of quantitative projections of the size of the banking industry in the leading economies to 2050