Amazon-backed food delivery firm Deliveroo is set to go public on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) under ticker symbol ROO in what has been dubbed the biggest London flotation for almost a decade.
With a potential valuation of £7.6 billion, the company is offering its stock at a price range of between £3.90 and £4.10 per share.
Deliveroo is listing with two classes of shares, which will give Chief Executive Officer Will Shu outsized voting rights for three years.
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The stock can be found under the ticker symbol ROO.
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Founded by William Shu in 2013 in London, Deliveroo operates in over two hundred locations across the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, while its subsidiary operation, Deliveroo Editions, focuses on growing a network of so-called ghost kitchens – kitchens located off-site from restaurants for the preparation of delivery-only meals.
The company has benefited immensely from the closure of restaurants during the COVID-19 pandemic, with revenues soaring accordingly, particularly gross transaction value, which measures the total value of orders received. This rose 64.3% in 2020 to £4.1 billion.
Deliveroo is also expected to be the biggest tech IPO on the LSE, dwarfing The Hut Group (THG), which had a £5.4 billion pound market capitalisation at the time of its listing.
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