Tokyo Stock Exchange has approved an initial public offering for enterprise communication platform Chatwork that will enable GMO Venture Partners to exit.
SoftBank-backed workspace provider We Company has filed for an initial public offering in which it reportedly expects to raise up to $4bn.
2018 was a peak year in number of IPOs of corporate-backed emerging business, while the first half of 2019 saw some much-awaited IPOs like those of Uber, Lyft and Slack. In this short analysis, we look at the broader picture for corporate-backed companies going public.
Alphabet and Celgene are among the investors facing a delayed exit from Rapt Therapeutics, which has postponed an initial public offering that would have raised up to $80m.
SIG-backed online lending platform developer 9f has filed for a $150m initial public offering in the US that would also enable SBI to exit.
Livongo priced its shares above their range to raise more than $355m, providing exits to Merck GHI, M12, Humana, Zaffre Investments and Echo Health Ventures.