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Market Cap £31.0m
Enterprise Value £30.0m
Revenue £16.9m
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FACTBOX-Russian IPOs in times of crisis

Tue 24th November, 2020 12:17pm
(Adds details on planned Ozon debut, Samolet IPO)
    Nov 24 (Reuters) - Russian online retailer Ozon has raised
nearly $1 billion in a U.S. initial public offering (IPO) to
capitalise on an e-commerce boom in Russia amid the coronavirus
    Ozon's offering marks a third debut of a Russian company
this year, as a once lucrative market for investment bankers due
to the high fees is struggling to recover from the lull caused
by pandemic and concerns over further potential Western
sanctions against Moscow.*:nL8N2GB1O8*:nP6N28905W
Below follows an overview of recent major market debuts of
Russian companies:
    * Two Russian companies went public so far this year, with
Sovcomflot's  FLOT.MM  $550 million IPO marking the first major
stock exchange flotation in Moscow in three years.*:nL8N2GY1I2 
    * Apart from Sovcomflot, other IPOs in 2019-2020 were
Samolet  SMLT.MM  (Moscow Exchange; $3.74 million), Headhunter
 HHR.O  (Nasdaq; $220 million), Kismet Acquisition One Corp
 KSMTU.O  (Nasdaq; $250 million), Don Agro  DONA.SI  (Singapore;
$3.6 million) and Gemabank  GEMA.MM  (Moscow Exchange; $2.4
    * Headhunter's 2019 debut was the first IPO of a Russian
company in the United States since Washington began imposing
sanctions on Moscow in 2014.
    * The year 2018 was the first in a decade without a single
Russian IPO. The year before Russian companies raised about $3
billion from IPOs, including Oleg Deripaska's En+  ENPLq.L 
listing in London and Moscow, according to Reuters data.
    * Sixteen Russian companies have carried out IPOs since
2015, compared with 43 deals between 2008 and 2014.
    * Before the 2008 financial crisis, 74 IPOs were held
between 2005 and 2007.
    * Four of the 16 IPOs since 2015 were held outside Russia –
in London, New York and Singapore.
    * In the period between 2005 and 2014, 37 IPOs were carried
out in Moscow and 67 in London.
    * The biggest Russian IPO to date was a $10.7 billion float
by oil major Rosneft in London  ROSNq.L  and Moscow  ROSN.MM  in
2006, followed by an $8 billion offering of state-run VTB Bank
 VTBR.MM  in 2007.
    * Money raised by Russian companies via IPOs after 2014 has
also slumped, with the $1.5 billion IPO of En+ being the biggest
float since 2014.

 (Compiled by Olga Beskrovnova; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips
and David Evans)
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