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US IPO Weekly Recap: Your Uber has arrived


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The IPO market is in full swing with 14 filings this week, led by Uber (UBER), the world's largest ridesharing platform. We estimate that Uber could raise as much as $10 billion as i t report edly seeks a $90 to $100 billion valuation, making it the largest IPO in over five years. The San Francisco, CA-based company booked revenue of $11.3 billion in 2018, a 42% increase over the prior year, but burned $2.1 billion in free cash flow. Uber follows closely behind the IPO of competitor Lyft ( LYFT ), which has fallen well below its IPO price (-17%), and traded off significantly in the days leading up to the Uber filing.  

4 IPOs During the Week of April 8th, 2019
Issuer
Business
Deal
Size
Market Cap
at IPO
Price vs.
Midpoint
First Day
Return
Return
at 04/12
Jumia ( JMIA ) $196M $1,149M 0% +76% +76%
Africa's largest e-commerce platform.
PagerDuty ( PD ) $218M $2,076M 20% +59% +65%
Provides a SaaS platform that monitors and alerts businesses of IT issues.
Tufin Software (TUFN) $108M $537M 8% +36% +50%
Provides enterprise software for managing network security policies.
B. Riley Principal Merger (BRPM.U) $125M $161M 0% +0% +0%
Blank check company formed by diversified financial services firm B. Riley Financial.


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Three IPOs raised $522 million in the IPO market this past week. Jumia Technologies ( JMIA ) lead the week, surging 76% on its first day. The company raised $196 million at a $1.15 billion market cap, in line with expectations. While the company has significant losses to date, it looks to take advantage of the massive e-commerce opportunity in Africa. 

PagerDuty ( PD ), the first SaaS deal of the year, priced above its upwardly revised range, raising $218 million at market cap of $2.1 billion. The company popped 59% on its first trading day and finished the week even higher at +65% from its IPO, as investors continue to pay up for high-growth SaaS companies. 

Tufin Software (TUFN) priced its IPO at the high end of the range, raising $108 million at a $537 million market cap. The company traded up 36% on its first day and finished the week +50% from its IPO.

One SPAC, B. Riley Principal Merger (BRPM.U), raised $125 million. 

14 Filings During the Week of April 8th, 2019
Issuer
Business
Deal
Size
Sector Lead
Underwriter
Applied Therapeutics (APLT) $86M Health Care Citi
Phase 2 biotech developing therapies for diabetic cardiomyopathy.
Axcella Health (AXLA) $86M Health Care Goldman
Developing therapeutics and dietary products for amino acid dysregulation.
Cortexyme (CRTX) $86M Health Care BofA ML
Phase 1b biotech developing therapies for Alzheimer's disease.
Mayville Engineering (MEC) $100M Industrials Baird
Provides end-to-end manufacturing services to OEM customers.
Milestone Pharmaceuticals (MIST) $86M Health Care Jefferies
Phase 3 biotech developing therapies for heart rate conditions.
NextCure (NXTC) $86M Health Care Morgan Stanley
Clinical-stage biotech developing cancer immunotherapies.
Ondas Holdings (ONDS) $46M Communication Services
Provides a wireless radio system for broadband networks.
Parsons (PSN) $500M Industrials Goldman
Provides technology-driven defense, intelligence, and infrastructure solutions.
South Plains Financial (SPFI) $50M Financials KBW
West Texas commercial bank with 21 full-service locations.
AGBA Acquisition (AGBAU) $40M SPAC Maxim
Blank check company targeting the services sector in China.
Diamond Eagle Acquisition (DMDEU.RC) $350M SPAC
Fifth blank check company formed by entertainment veteran Jeff Sagansky.
Uber (UBER) $10,000M Technology Morgan Stanley
Operates the world's largest on-demand ridesharing network.
Red River Bancshares (RRBI) $30M Financials FIG Partners
Louisiana commercial bank with 24 locations across the state.
So-Young International (SY) $150M Technology Deutsche Bank
China-based online marketplace for plastic surgery services.


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IPO Market Snapshot
The Renaissance IPO Indices are market cap weighted baskets of newly public companies. As of 4/11/19, the Renaissance IPO Index was up 33.0% year-to-date, while the S&P 500 had a gain of 15.9%. Renaissance Capital's IPO ETF ( IPO ) tracks the index, and top ETF holdings include Elanco (ELAN) and VICI Properties (VICI). The Renaissance International IPO Index was up 12.2% year-to-date, while the ACWX was up 12.9%. Renaissance Capital's International IPO ETF ( IPOS ) tracks the index, and top ETF holdings include SoftBank and Xiaomi.

The article US IPO Weekly Recap: Your Uber has arrived originally appeared on IPO investment manager Renaissance Capital's web site renaissancecapital.com.

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Referenced Symbols: IPO , IPOS , LYFT , JMIA , PD




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