More Brazilian companies going public in the U.S., but number is still low – Nasdaq executive

During the Expert XP 2021 event, Bob McCooey also pointed out the reasons for companies to go public abroad and the sectors that stand out.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Based on Bloomberg data, until early August 2021 the volume of initial public offerings (IPOs) by Brazilian companies increased by over 400% this year compared to the same period in 2020, with companies raising R$57 (US$11) billion. The 2021 total surpasses the previous record of R$53.6 billion set in 2007, when 60 companies went public.

However, the records for IPOs of Brazilian companies have not only been accounted for at the B3 exchange in São Paulo: the year also registers many Brazilian companies going public in the United States. This year . . .

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