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Hello, I’m interested in buying an IPO called Zipline. I cannot find a way through the upper information you already have and the closest think IG got me to sign up to was PrimaryBid, but I would red to be a UK resident… I’m in Australia. 
Is there a way? 
thanks. 

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On 22/03/2023 at 02:39, Yarno said:

Hello, I’m interested in buying an IPO called Zipline. I cannot find a way through the upper information you already have and the closest think IG got me to sign up to was PrimaryBid, but I would red to be a UK resident… I’m in Australia. 
Is there a way? 
thanks. 

Hi @Yarno,

IG Australia offers the opportunity to trade an IPO both before and after it is listed. In the event of high interest in a particular IPO, IG may provide a 'grey market' before the IPO takes place. This allows you to speculate on the share price of a company before it is officially listed. The price in the grey market is based on IG's forecast of the company's market capitalization at the end of its first trading day. Once the company is listed, you have the option of speculating on share price fluctuations via CFD trading or purchasing shares directly through share trading.

To stay updated on upcoming IPOs, you can refer to the following link-  https://www.ig.com/au/shares/ipos/upcoming-ipos 

Additionally, you can subscribe for IPO-related news by visiting-  https://www.ig.com/au/shares/ipos/how-to-trade-ipo

If available, information about the current IPO listing can be found under 'Watchlist' on the left-hand side of your IG platform. Please refer to the attached screenshot for reference.

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For more detailed information about IPOs, please visit-  https://www.ig.com/au/shares/ipos

All the best,

AshishIG

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