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Etude PwC IPO Watch Q2 2013

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Les marchés européens des IPO poursuivent leur essor :
- Deuxième meilleur trimestre depuis le troisième trimestre 2011
- Londres arrive une nouvelle fois en tête, avec quasiment la moitié du total des fonds levés
- Les introductions en bourse financées par des capitaux privés continuent de dominer le marché et représentent près de 60 % des fonds levés

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  • 1. IPO Watch Europe Survey Q2 2013 www.pwc.com
  • 2. PwC Contents 2PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Quarterly European IPO activity by value and volume 3 Market volatility index and stock market performance 4 IPO offering value 5 IPO volume 6 Top ten IPOs 7 IPO value and volume by sector 8 European post-IPO performance 9 IPOs by market 10 US and Hong Kong overview 11 About IPO Watch Europe 12
  • 3. PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Europe’s IPO markets have continued to gain momentum in Q2 building on the successful start to the year. Q2 proved to be the second strongest quarter since the end of 2011. 3 * Average offering value has been calculated based on total offering value over the number of listings raising money. Quarterly European IPO activity by value and volume Total money raised (€m) Average offering value (€m) * 82 14 102 Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Total European listings comprise those with: No money raised 12 35 13 Money raised 64 58 32 Total number of listings 76 93 45 5,225 838 3,263 Note – The IPO Watch Survey has been expanded to include Borsa Istanbul. Historical comparatives have also been updated to incorporate Borsa Istanbul. €838 €397 €7 599 €3 263 €5 225 93 60 74 45 76 - 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 - 1 000 2 000 3 000 4 000 5 000 6 000 7 000 8 000 Q2 2012 Q3 2012 Q4 2012 Q1 2013 Q2 2013 VolumeofIPOs ValueofIPOs(€m) Value € IPOs
  • 4. PwCPwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Market conditions strengthened in the first half of Q2 and then plummeted in the second half due to governments winding down their quantitative easing programmes and concerns over the Chinese economy 4 Source: VIX Volatility Index Source: Exchange websites 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 - 2 000 4 000 6 000 8 000 10 000 12 000 VIXIndex Moneyraised(€m) Volatility compared with IPO proceeds Money raised (€m) VIX Index Greek and Spanish bailouts and downturn in global economic growth IPO of Talanx, Telefónica Deutschland and Directline IPO of LEG, Crest Nicholson, esure and Countrywide IPO of bpost, Platform Acquisition Holdings IPO OF Ziggo and DKSH Holdings
  • 5. PwC 5 Three exchanges dominated the quarter - London topped the quarter again with just under half of overall proceeds raised, followed by Euronext with 18% and the Deutsche Börse with 14%. IPO offering value by exchange PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Stock exchange offering value Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 (€m) London Stock Exchange 2,488 326 1,878 NYSE Euronext 922 43 3 Deutsche Börse 714 35 1,165 NASDAQ OMX 371 - - Borsa Istanbul 326 112 106 Borsa Italiana 318 161 7 Warsaw 44 50 58 Luxembourg 30 48 5 Oslo Børs & Oslo Axess 12 61 41 Wiener Börse - - - SIX Swiss Exchange - - - BME (Spanish Exchange) - 2 - Total 5,225 838 3,263 48% 18% 14% 7% 6% 6% 1% London Euronext Deutsche Börse OMX Borsa Istanbul Borsa Italiana Other
  • 6. PwC 6 IPO volume by exchange London hosted 33% of the quarter’s transactions with an average offering value of €100m, whilst Warsaw’s 24% share of volume raised an average of €2m per transaction PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Stock exchange Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 London Stock Exchange 25 19 13 Warsaw 18 12 2 NASDAQ OMX 10 33 13 NYSE Euronext 9 1 3 Borsa Italiana 3 2 3 Deutsche Börse 3 8 3 Borsa Istanbul 3 12 1 Oslo Børs & Oslo Axess 2 2 4 Luxembourg 2 2 2 BME (Spanish Exchange) 1 1 - Wiener Börse - - 1 SIX Swiss Exchange - 1 - Total 76 93 45 33% 24% 13% 12% 4% 4% 4% 7% London Warsaw OMX Euronext Borsa Italiana Deutsche Börse Borsa Istanbul Other
  • 7. PwC Top ten IPOs 7 The top 10 IPOs accounted for over 80% of proceeds in the quarter, seven of which were private equity backed transactions PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey * British Virgin Islands 81% 19% Top 10 IPOs Others Q2 2013 €m raised Sector Market Country of Origin PE- backed bpost 812 Industrial Goods & Services Euronext Belgium Yes Platform Acquisition Holdings 682 Investment Company London BVI* No Partnership Assurance Group 569 Insurance London UK Yes Kion Group 414 Industrial Goods & Services Deutsche Börse Germany Yes CVC Credit Partners European 352 Investment Company London Jersey No Matas 328 Personal & Household Goods OMX Denmark Yes Evonik Industries 300 Chemicals Deutsche Börse Germany Yes Pegasus Hava Taşımacılığı 278 Travel & Leisure Borsa Istanbul Turkey No Moleskine 269 Personal & Household Goods Borsa Italiana Italy Yes HellermannTyton Group 249 Industrial Goods & Services London UK Yes Total 4,253 Q1 2013 €m raised Sector Market Country of Origin PE- backed LEG Immobilien 1,165 Real Estate Deutsche Börse Germany No esure 703 Insurance London UK Yes Greencoat UK Wind 302 Investment Company London UK No Crest Nicholson 261 Construction & Materials London UK No Countrywide 237 Real Estate London UK Yes Total 2,668
  • 8. PwC 8 IPO value and volume by sector Investment companies and industrial goods and services raised nearly two thirds of IPO proceeds in the quarter, led by the IPOs of the SPAC* Platform Acquisitions Holdings and bpost, Belgium’s national postal service PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey IPO value by sector (€m) *Special Purpose Acquisition Company 29% 29% 12% 11% 6% 6% 5% Investment Company Industrial Goods & Services Personal & Household Goods Insurance Chemicals Travel & Leisure Other IPO value by sector (€m) Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Investment Companies 1,538 139 332 Industrial Goods & Services 1,534 73 26 Personal & Household Goods 626 8 - Insurance 597 - 703 Chemicals 339 - - Travel & Leisure 305 26 - Health Care 123 144 2 Technology 60 99 6 Oil & Gas 49 4 22 Pharmaceuticals & Biotech 25 30 1 Financial Services 15 5 106 Food & Beverage 10 10 2 Automobiles & Parts 3 - - Media 1 21 18 Basic Resources - - 317 Mining - 3 - Utilities - 16 - Real Estate - 61 1,459 Construction & Materials - - 261 Telecommunications - 1 8 Retail - 198 - Banks - - - Total value (€m) 5,225 838 3,263
  • 9. PwC 1,9% -2,8% -3,1% -2,0% -2,9% 10,2% 44,3% 33,3% 26,5% 12,0% -10% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% Al Noor Hospitals Group Countrywide HellermannTyton Group Partnership Assurance Group esure Group % change in share price from offer price / market index from date of IPO to 30 June 2013 IPO performance versus market - London Share price FTSE 100 -1,6% 2,5% -1,3% 1,9% -0,5% -24,1% -15,5% 3,5% -0,7% -1,5% -30% -25% -20% -15% -10% -5% 0% 5% Moleskine Evonik Industries Matas KION Group bpost % change in share price from offer price / market index from date of IPO to 30 June 2013 IPO performance versus market - Rest of Europe Share price Market index PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey The main London PE-backed IPOs achieved significant gains on the IPO price since listing and also outperformed the FTSE index over the period since IPO 9 Q2, €114m Q1, €237m Q1, €703m Q2, €249m Q2, €569m Q2, €812m Euronext Q2, €300m Deutsche Börse Q2, €414m Deutsche Börse Q2, €328m OMX Q2, €269m Borsa Italiana Source : Offer price – IPO Watch Survey. Indices - stock exchange websites
  • 10. PwC 10 * Cumulatively the WSE NewConnect raised €4.7m in Q2 2013. However, certain transactions raised an amount that rounded down to nil and the figure adjacent is the sum of the rounded values. IPOs by market PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Stock exchange IPOs Offering value (€m) IPOs Offering value (€m) IPOs Offering value (€m) TOTAL London Stock Exchange 25 2,488 19 326 13 1,878 NYSE Euronext 9 922 8 43 3 3 Deutsche Börse 3 714 12 35 2 1,165 NASDAQ OMX 10 371 2 - 4 - Borsa Istanbul 3 326 12 112 1 106 Borsa Italiana 3 318 2 161 3 7 Warsaw 18 44 33 50 13 58 Luxembourg 2 30 1 48 3 5 Oslo Børs & Oslo Axess 2 12 2 61 2 41 BME (Spanish Exchange) 1 - 1 2 - - Wiener Börse - - - - 1 - SIX Swiss Exchange - - 1 - - - Total 76 5,225 93 838 45 3,263 EU-REGULATED London Main 8 2,170 4 196 7 1,835 NYSE Euronext (Euronext) 7 849 4 29 1 - Deutsche Börse (Prime and General Standard) 3 714 1 3 1 1,165 NASDAQ OMX (Main) 4 356 1 - - - Borsa Italiana (Main) 1 269 1 158 - - Warsaw (Main) 3 41 5 46 1 57 BME (Spanish Exchange) (Main) 1 - - - - - Oslo Børs - - 1 61 1 26 Luxembourg - - - - - - Wiener Börse - - - - 1 - SIX Swiss Exchange - - 1 - - - EU-regulated sub-total 27 4,399 18 493 12 3,083 EXCHANGE-REGULATED Borsa Istanbul 3 326 12 112 1 106 London AIM and SFM 17 318 16 133 9 50 NYSE Euronext (Alternext) 2 73 4 14 2 3 Borsa Italiana (AIM) 2 49 Luxembourg (EuroMTF) 2 30 1 48 3 5 NASDAQ OMX (First North) 6 15 1 - 4 - Oslo Axess 2 12 1 - 1 15 Warsaw (NewConnect) * 15 3 28 4 12 1 Deutsche Börse (Entry Standard) - - 11 32 1 - BME (Spanish Exchange) (MAB) - - 1 2 - - Exchange-regulated sub-total 49 826 75 345 33 180 Europe total 76 5,225 93 838 45 3,263
  • 11. PwC US and Hong Kong overview 11PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey Q2 2013 Q2 2012 Q1 2013 Stock exchange IPOs Offering value (€m) IPOs Offering value (€m) IPOs Offering value (€m) US 62 10,078 33 17,320 34 5,836 Europe 76 5,225 93 838 45 3,263 Greater China 12 3,058 14 2,113 11 799 The US out performed both Europe and Hong Kong in Q2, spurred on by the technology and healthcare sectors, which accounted for 52% of IPOs Total US proceeds raised during the second quarter were €10.1 billion, compared to €5.8 billion in the first quarter of 2013, representing a substantial sequential increase of over 70%. On a year-over-year basis, excluding the Facebook IPO (which raised €12.5 billion) total proceeds increased by over 100%. The technology and healthcare sectors saw strong increases in the second quarter of 2013, combining to represent 52% of US IPO activity during the second quarter, with IPO volume in these sectors up 146% from the first quarter of 2013. While these sectors are often active in the US IPO market, the volume of activity during the second quarter may have been a result of an increased focus by investors on high-growth companies and those that can benefit from a potential economic recovery.
  • 12. PwC About IPO Watch Europe IPO Watch Europe surveys all new primary market equity IPOs on Europe’s principal stock markets and market segments (including exchanges in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the UK) on a quarterly basis. Movements between markets on the same exchange and greenshoe offerings are excluded. This survey was conducted between 1 April and 30 June 2013 and captures new market IPOs based on their transaction date. All market data is sourced from the stock markets themselves and has not been independently verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. 12PwC Q2 2013 IPO Watch Europe Survey
  • 13. This publication has been prepared for general guidance on matters of interest only, and does not constitute professional advice. You should not act upon the information contained in this publication without obtaining specific professional advice. No representation or warranty (express or implied) is given as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this publication, and, to the extent permitted by law, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, its members, employees and agents do not accept or assume any liability, responsibility or duty of care for any consequences of you or anyone else acting, or refraining to act, in reliance on the information contained in this publication or for any decision based on it. © 2013 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. All rights reserved. In this document, “PwC” refers to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP which is a member firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers International Limited, each member firm of which is a separate legal entity.