Snapchat plans to start trading March 2 — here's the full road-show schedule
The Los Angeles-based startup Snap Inc. has plans to talk with investors in London, New York, Boston, and elsewhere next week.
Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. said in a filing Thursday that it was seeking an initial public offering valuation off up to $22 billion.
It is looking to price its IPO on Wednesday, March 1, Business Insider has learned.
The company said it is seeking to price shares between $14 and $16.
Snap is looking to list 200 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker "SNAP."
The management team present for the roadshow will include CEO Evan Spiegel, chief strategy officer Imran Khan, and chief financial officer Andrew Vollero.
The active bookrunners are Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and Deutsche Bank. Passive bookrunners include Barclays, Credit Suisse, and Allen & Co.
Here is the schedule for investors who plan to meet with the tech company:
- Friday, Feb 17: MidAtlantic
- Monday, Feb 20: London
- Tuesday, Feb 21: New York
- Wednesday, Feb 22: New York
- Thursday, Feb 23: Boston
- Friday, Feb 24: MidWest
- Monday, Feb 27: Los Angeles / San Francisco
- Tuesday, Feb 28: San Francisco
- Wednesday, March 1: New York pricing