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 . . .