CFDs are complex instruments. 75% of retail client accounts lose money when trading CFDs, with this investment provider. You can lose your money rapidly due to leverage. Please ensure you understand how this product works and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money. CFDs are complex instruments. 75% of retail client accounts lose money when trading CFDs, with this investment provider. You can lose your money rapidly due to leverage. Please ensure you understand how this product works and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money.

Krispy Kreme IPO

Explore how you can get exposure to Krispy Kreme’s shares ahead of its 1 July IPO (initial public offering) with the leading CFD trading provider.1

Start trading today. Call +44 (20) 7633 5430, or email sales.en@ig.com to talk about opening a trading account. We’re here 24/5.

Contact us: +44 (20) 7633 5430

Start trading today. Call +44 (20) 7633 5430, or email sales.en@ig.com to talk about opening a trading account. We’re here 24/5.

Contact us: +44 (20) 7633 5430

Why trade the Krispy Kreme IPO with us?

Trade the day Krispy Kreme lists

Take a position from the day of the Krispy Kreme IPO, 1 July

Trade shares on margin

Gain full exposure for just a small initial deposit with our competitive margins

Speculate on Krispy Kreme shares

Go long or short on Krispy Kreme shares with CFDs once they're listed on the secondary market

Trade on a world leading platform

Trade in Krispy Kreme shares with our award-winning platform2

Krispy Kreme IPO: how to `buy´ Krispy Kreme shares

Take a position on the day Krispy Kreme lists

You'll be able to `buy´ Krispy Kreme stock from the day they list, thought to be 1 July.

You´ll use CFDs to speculate on share price movements.

Krispy Kreme IPO: what to know

Krispy Kreme is set to be valued at around $3.6 billion when it goes public, with a share price of around $22.50.

Because Krispy Kreme is set to list in the US, the stock may take a few hours to be available to trade. This is the case for all brokers.

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The difference between trading and investing in Krispy Kreme shares

Trading Krispy Kreme shares with us means that you’ll be speculating on the price movements of the company’s shares with CFDs. Since you won’t own the underlying assets, you can speculate on both rising and falling share prices.

CFDs are leveraged products, which means that you can open a position with a deposit – known as margin. Trading with leverage can increase both your profits and your losses, because they’re calculated using a position’s full market exposure, not just the margin requirement to open it.

Learn more about the impact of leverage on your trading

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Enjoy flexible access to more than 18,000* global markets, with reliable execution

Deal seamlessly, wherever you are

Trade on the move with our natively designed, award-winning trading app

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We have over 45 years of experience offering a truly market-leading service

*IG Group’s total markets

Open a share trading account - apply today

Open a share trading account - apply today

Fast execution on a huge range of markets

Enjoy flexible access to more than 18,000* global markets, with reliable execution

Deal seamlessly, wherever you are

Trade on the move with our natively designed, award-winning trading app

Feel secure with a trusted provider

We have over 45 years of experience offering a truly market-leading service

*IG Group’s total markets

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How do IPOs work?

IPOs work by having a company put its shares up for sale to the public. Some common reasons for this include seeking to raise capital for business growth, decreasing or settling debts, positioning itself to better attract and retain talent, or increasing liquidity.

The IPO process starts off with a detailed audit of the company by an external resource – it must be conducted taking all the company’s financials into consideration. Next, a registration statement needs to be prepared by the business and filed with the appropriate exchange commission. If the commission grants approval, the company can then list a set number of shares at a price determined by an investment bank.

Explore what IPOs are or find out how to trade pre- and post-listing

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FAQs

What are the risks of trading an IPO?

All trading activity is risky – IPOs come with additional risks, including:

  • Missing important company information that might impact share prices, eg pending legal cases and intellectual property that is not patented
  • Little to no trading track record to base decisions on
  • Elevated market expectations that do not materialise
  • Companies not meeting their target market cap

Before committing to any trade, it is important that you have all the facts that you need. In the case of trading IPOs, you can use company prospectuses, admission documents and other information to stay up-to-date. By staying informed, you can avoid risks that could affect your position in a trade.

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1 Based on revenue (published financial statements, October 2022)
2 As awarded at the ADVFN International Financial Awards 2020