IPO Market Appears Stalled For The Near Future

| March 1, 2022

Anish Ailawadi, Head of Investment Banking at Acuity Knowledge Partners, shares his views on the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on IPOs given the escalating conflict and broader market volatility.

Extract from the article: “Ukraine’s invasion has increased the volatility that was caused by the tightening of monetary policy. The new issuers have kept their plans to go public on hold for the near term. However, things can rapidly change if situations improve.”

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