Deliveroo IPO date and how to trade shares


Deliveroo has set a price range for its shares of between £3.90 and £4.60 per share, implying an estimated market capitalisation of between £7.6 billion and £8.8 billion.

The company will issue 384,615,384 shares (excluding any over-allotment shares) and expects to raise £1bn from its IPO. Even at the lowest end of the range, it would be the largest listing in London for a decade and Europe’s largest this year.

Amazon has a 15.8% stake in the company but it plans to sell 23,302,240 shares for between £90.8 million and £107.2 million, depending on where the IPO prices. Chief executive and founder Will Shu will sell 6.7m shares, leaving him a remaining stake of 6.2% of the company, worth around £500m.

The IPO will take place on Wednesday March 31st, with unconditional dealings – the point where retail investors can start trading – begins on April 7th.

Accompanying the latest update on the pricing of shares, Deliveroo said the total value of transactions (GTV) were up 121% year on year in January and February. This marks a significant acceleration from the +64% growth run rate through 2020 and indicates that the £5bn estimated GTV in 2021 could be exceeded. GTV comprises the total food basket, net of any discounts and consumer fees.

How To Trade Deliveroo Shares

Before the IPO: Our Deliveroo Grey Market is open for trading now and until the IPO takes place.

After the IPO: Go long or short on Deliveroo shares with a CFD or spread bet (UK only) account.

Open your account today to start trading.