Is it worthwhile for a potential listener to press the brakes in uncertain times? – “That’s a silly idea”


21 IPOs are already known for this year, and the forecast is that the number could exceed 30 by the end of the year. This would be a record.

Over a period of about 10 years, an average of 5-6 new companies a year have joined the lists. It is difficult to predict the future, as the corona pandemic, among other things, continues to play a role in the background.

Stock Exchange Foundation the CEO Sari Southwest according to him, it would be desirable for companies not to put the brakes on the bottom as before, even if the operating environment changes.

“In recent years, we’ve had a little bit of thinking that the listing window is now closed, the market situation is bad and no one is listing.”

“It’s a silly idea. Always someone who grows up and needs funding. Therefore, I would like new entrants to come a little more evenly, ”Lounasmeri says.

The investor should keep their head cold regardless of the circumstances.

Author and investor Karo Hämäläinen says that, in principle, he always reads the company ‘s listing prospectus in its entirety.

“Without a doubt, the danger of terribly rubbish being brought to the lists has increased,” Hämäläinen concludes.

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