Following a series of successful acquisitions, EAG intend to launch an Initial Public Offering (IPO)
on the Alternative Investment Market of the London Stock Exchange.
The intent is to raise further cash to buy more (undervalued) IT and cybersecurity firms to raise the share price still further as Net Asset Values will continue to rapidly grow following revaluation as will
profitability following implementation of our AI driven Performance Improvement programme.
The historic share price multiplier achieved on AIM (Alternative Investment Market) for our target market has averaged x23 for much of the past decade; for each GBP £1 share the market has provided GBP £23 at IPO.
Any firm making an initial public offering (IPO), can see its share price multiplier vary significantly based on various factors, including market conditions, the company's financial performance, growth prospects, and investor sentiment towards the cybersecurity sector. While it is challenging to provide an exact figure without specific information on a particular company, I can offer EAG’s insights into the general trends and potential range within the IT and Cybersecurity arena:
IT/Cybersecurity is a rapidly growing industry due to the increasing frequency and sophistication of cyber threats. Companies operating in this sector often attract significant investor interest, which can positively impact the share price multiplier.
The overall sentiment towards the cybersecurity sector and the broader market conditions can influence the share price multiplier. During periods of strong investor appetite for technology and cybersecurity stocks, the multiplier may be higher, reflecting increased demand.
The financial performance and growth prospects of the cybersecurity company undergoing an IPO play a vital role in determining the share price multiplier. Factors such as revenue growth, profitability, customer base, and competitive advantages can influence investor confidence and valuation.
The valuation of the cybersecurity company relative to its peers in the industry can impact the share price multiplier. If the company demonstrates superior growth potential, innovative technology, or a unique market position compared to its competitors, it may command a higher valuation.
Investor perception of the company's management team, corporate governance practices, and ability to execute its business plan can affect the share price multiplier. A well-regarded management team with a track record of success and a compelling growth strategy may attract a premium valuation.
It is important to note that the share price multiplier achieved in an IPO on AIM can vary significantly based on the specific circumstances of the company and prevailing market conditions. It is advisable to consult with financial professionals or conduct thorough research to obtain more accurate and up-to-date information on the share price multipliers achieved in recent cybersecurity IPOs on AIM.