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ALERTS FOR POTENTIAL BREWDOG IPO

ALERTS FOR POTENTIAL BREWDOG IPO

BrewDog shares could start trading on the London Stock Exchange via an initial public offering (IPO) in the future.

Founded in 2007, the brewery and pub chain is known for its craft beer and provocative marketing. It's previously raised funding via its Equity for Punks campaign and an IPO could be next but isn't yet confirmed.

The craft beer brewer's CEO, James Watt, said in an interview "Could it be sometime in 2022? Maybe. 23? Maybe".

IPOs can offer exciting opportunities. But they often happen very quickly, with little notice.

There’s still a chance the IPO won’t happen, or that people in the UK can’t take part. Sign up for our alerts to stay up to date with the latest news, including:

  • If BrewDog confirms its IPO plans
  • If you can take part in the IPO
  • When and how you can buy BrewDog shares

You’ll also get helpful tips and information on what to think about when investing in IPOs, plus news on selected other interesting IPOs.

Our IPO alerts service is for people who understand the risks of investing in equities, it is not personal advice. You should only consider investing if you’re free from significant debt (other than a mortgage) and have sufficient savings in an easily accessible account to cover for emergencies

Investing in IPOs and individual companies isn’t right for everyone. It’s a higher-risk way to invest your money. When a company first lists on the stock market its share price can rise and fall quickly. The value of your investment depends on the fate of that company. If it fails, you risk losing your whole investment. Investors should make sure they understand the companies they’re investing in, the company specific risks, and make sure any businesses they own are held as part of a diversified portfolio. All investments and any income they produce will rise and fall in value, so you could make a loss. If you’re not sure of an investment's suitability for your circumstances, please speak to a financial adviser.

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    The UK public may not be able to take part in an IPO even if it goes ahead. We’ll only know this once the IPO is formally announced.

    The UK public may not be able to take part in an IPO even if it goes ahead. We’ll only know this once the IPO is formally announced. Our IPO alerts are not personal advice. If you’re not sure of an investment's suitability for your circumstances please seek advice. All investments will rise and fall in value, so you could make a loss, and the income they pay can also vary.

    Potential BrewDog IPO - register for updates

    BrewDog shares could start trading on the London Stock Exchange via an initial public offering (IPO) in the future.

    Founded in 2007, the brewery and pub chain is known for its craft beer and provocative marketing. It's previously raised funding via its Equity for Punks campaign and an IPO could be next but isn't yet confirmed.

    The craft beer brewer's CEO, James Watt, said in an interview "Could it be sometime in 2022? Maybe. 23? Maybe".

    IPOs can offer exciting opportunities. But they often happen very quickly, with little notice.

    There’s still a chance the IPO won’t happen, or that people in the UK can’t take part. Sign up for our alerts to stay up to date with the latest news, including:

    • If BrewDog confirms its IPO plans
    • If you can take part in the IPO
    • When and how you can buy BrewDog shares

    You’ll also get helpful tips and information on what to think about when investing in IPOs, plus news on selected other interesting IPOs.

    Our IPO alerts service is for people who understand the risks of investing in equities, it is not personal advice. You should only consider investing if you’re free from significant debt (other than a mortgage) and have sufficient savings in an easily accessible account to cover for emergencies

    Investing in IPOs and individual companies isn’t right for everyone. It’s a higher-risk way to invest your money. When a company first lists on the stock market its share price can rise and fall quickly. The value of your investment depends on the fate of that company. If it fails, you risk losing your whole investment. Investors should make sure they understand the companies they’re investing in, the company specific risks, and make sure any businesses they own are held as part of a diversified portfolio. All investments and any income they produce will rise and fall in value, so you could make a loss. If you’re not sure of an investment's suitability for your circumstances, please speak to a financial adviser.

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