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Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Square Peg, Balcjbird Ventures and Brandin Capital have each announced a $200m fund going into 2016! What does this mean for Innovation.
Assume the following:-
- a 5 x return over 5 years -
- and on average would end up with a 30pc stake in their investments.
Resulting in increased value in innovation of $10b over 5 years from 3 funds.
What will he the tipping point to encourage more money to flow into the innovation space!
Turnbull is on the money!
What do you think?
Commentary from Delloittes on IPOs in 2016
Following a year of record listings, initial public offerings (IPOs) on the ASX have settled into more modest territory in the first half of 2015, with a growing appetite for stocks that offer a balance between income and capital returns as market volatility rears its head once again.
At the close of the first half of calendar year 2015:
- 30 IPOs have raised $2.5bn
- This was more by number than the 22 listings in same period of 2014
- Funds raised were significantly less than the $4.6bn raised in the first half of 2014.
As 2016 approaches, global economic factors are likely to weigh heavily on investor sentiment whilst also posing challenges to company management. Despite volatility and pricing expectation gaps, there continues to be a very healthy pipeline of c.40 IPOs for the remainder of the year and into early 2016.