August 30, 2014

Aberdeen: Investors fatigued by IPOs, window closing

The chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management has claimed that investors are becoming tired of UK IPOs and suggested the window is closing, despite a flurry of activity.

Speaking to the BBC, Anne Richards stated the respective view, although other industry experts were more optimistic.

Dan Nickols, an Old Mutual Global Investors fund manager claimed investors ‘need and want IPOs:

“I think pricing will gradually become more attractive from the buyers’ perspective, if only because, given the level of supply, sellers will have to be prepared to price more keenly to get issues away successfully.”

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