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Levi's IPO Alerts

Levi’s IPO Alerts

Levi’s, the 145-year-old company credited with creating the first pair of blue jeans, was listed on the stock market for 25 years between 1971 and 1996 . And recent rumours suggest the company could soon list its shares on the stock market once again through an initial public offer (IPO).

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. Sometimes investors only have a week or two to take part.

Register your interest and, if the IPO goes ahead, we’ll keep you up to date with:

  • When the Levi's IPO is announced
  • If you can take part in the IPO
  • How to buy the shares

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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. 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.

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    Levi's IPO – register for updates

    Levi’s, the 145-year-old company credited with creating the first pair of blue jeans, was listed on the stock market for 25 years between 1971 and 1996 . And recent rumours suggest the company could soon list its shares on the stock market once again through an initial public offer (IPO).

    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. Sometimes investors only have a week or two to take part.

    Register your interest and, if the IPO goes ahead, we’ll keep you up to date with:

    • When the Levi's IPO is announced
    • If you can take part in the IPO
    • How to buy the shares

    Plus, news on other interesting IPOs

    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. 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.