ALERTS FOR POTENTIAL ARM IPO
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Arm shares could start trading on the US stock market via an initial public offering (IPO) in the future.
Arm designs chips which are used by many of the world's largest tech companies. And their processors are nearly everywhere. Most smartphones use chips based on their designs but their processors can also be found in laptops, desktops and servers.
CEO, Rene Haas, in an interview with Reuters said "We are excited about the opportunity to be a publicly listed company again".
IPOs can offer exciting opportunities - it’s often the first chance to invest in a major, global brand. But they often happen very quickly, with little notice.
Overseas IPOs aren’t typically open to UK private investors. The first chance for investors to buy Arm shares with HL will be after they've started trading on the exchange. Sign up for our alerts to stay up to date with the latest news, including:
- If Arm confirms its IPO plans
- If you can take part in the IPO
- When and how you can buy Arm shares
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HL clients can buy Arm shares once they're listed on the stock market and enabled for UK settlement by CREST, the UK’s depository for electronic shares. This is outside of our control and may not take place on the first day of trading.
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