Search by ticker or company name. Click on Public Offerings under Transactions. Select a date to see issue details. OR Select Screening/Transactions to find IPOs that fit the criteria you select such as dates, valuation, and industry.
Use the S&P Capital IQ Excel add-in for additional data functionality. Available from a limited number of dedicated computers.
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Includes IPO data. From the main menu, chose Idea Screening. Then, next to IPO & Follow-Ons, choose Start this screen. Check the box for IPO and use the filters on the left to search for transactions that meet your criteria. Save your screens and you can export data using the green arrow icon.
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Use the FactSet Excel add-in for additional data functionality. Available from a limited number of dedicated computers in the Business Library that don't require an individual account. Complete a tutorial to learn how to use this database
Type IPO to see extensive data on international equity offerings. Sort by size, location, and more. Click on company name for details. Also see deals by stages.
Type LEAG for League Tables that can be sorted.
An overview workshop is suggested before undertaking major use of the terminal.
Available from a limited number of dedicated computers in the Business Library.
Use the Excel Add-In to obtain and organize Bloomberg data in spreadsheets. Information about the Bloomberg Certification program. To obtain credit, you must attend a Business Library's Basic Bloomberg workshop and create a personal login prior to starting the Bloomberg Certification modules.
This page provides information on executing an IPO with the bias of using PricewaterhouseCoopers' (PwC) services. They also publish US Capital Markets Watch, a weekly publication and an annual publication that includes graphs by value and volume with commentary. Type "US Capital Markets Watch" in the search box to find the most recent issues.
Retains information on private companies that go public for about 6 months. Good source of how the previously private company was funded and valued.
Frequent users will want to create an academic account using your SMU email address.
Global New Issues dataset on the Thomson SDC platform for analysis of raw data.
Please use this guide written by Mattia Landoni for help on searching SDC Platinum. A librarian will log you into the dedicated computer within the Business Library. Look for the SDC Platinum icon on the desktop.