All Time Largest US IPOs - Top 25
Company Name Offer Date Exchange Industry Underwriter Deal Size
Alibaba Group Holding 09/18/2014 NYSE Technology Credit Suisse $21,767
Visa 03/18/2008 NYSE Financial J.P. Morgan $17,864
ENEL SpA 11/01/1999 NYSE Utilities Merrill Lynch $16,452
Facebook 05/17/2012 NASDAQ Technology Morgan Stanley $16,007
General Motors 11/17/2010 NYSE Capital Goods & Services Morgan Stanley $15,774
Deutsche Telekom 11/17/1996 NYSE Communications Goldman Sachs $13,034
AT&T Wireless Group 04/26/2000 NYSE Communications Goldman Sachs $10,620
Kraft Foods 06/12/2001 NYSE Consumer Credit Suisse $8,680
France Telecom 10/17/1997 NYSE Communications Merrill Lynch $7,289
Telstra Corporation 11/17/1997 NYSE Communications Credit Suisse $5,646
Swisscom 10/04/1998 NYSE Communications Warburg Dillon Read $5,582
United Parcel Service 11/09/1999 NYSE Transportation Morgan Stanley $5,470
Infineon 03/12/2000 NYSE Technology Goldman Sachs $5,230
China Unicom Ltd 06/16/2000 NYSE Communications Morgan Stanley $4,916
CIT Group 07/01/2002 NYSE Financial Goldman Sachs $4,600
Conoco 10/21/1998 NYSE Energy Morgan Stanley $4,403
Blackstone Group L.P. 06/21/2007 NYSE Financial Morgan Stanley $4,133
Banco Santander Brasil 10/06/2009 NYSE Financial Santander Investment $4,025
China Mobile Limited 10/15/1997 NYSE Communications Goldman Sachs $3,965
Travelers Property Casualty 03/21/2002 NYSE Financial Citi $3,885
HCA Holdings 03/09/2011 NYSE Health Care BofA Merrill Lynch $3,786
Telecom Eireann 07/07/1999 Communications Merrill Lynch $3,758
Alstom 06/19/1998 Technology Credit Suisse $3,732
Goldman Sachs Group 05/03/1999 NYSE Financial Goldman Sachs $3,657
Agere Systems 03/27/2001 NYSE Technology Morgan Stanley $3,600
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