Three companies are on the IPO calendar to raise over $600 million in the first week of August. First Hawaiian (NASDAQ:FHB) plans to raise $464 million in the largest US bank IPO since Citizens Financial Group (NYSE:CFG) was spun out of RBS in September 2014. Offering fast growth and high margins, At Home Group (NASDAQ:HOME) will be the first big-box retailer since Ollie's Bargain Outlet (NASDAQ:OLLI) in July 2015.
That's a first: First Hawaiian goes public in largest US bank IPO since 2014
Being spun out of BNP Paribas (OTCQX:BNPQF), First Hawaiian is #1 in Hawaii by assets, loans, deposits and net income. While the low interest rate environment has eaten into spreads and net income ($215 million) has been flat or down for three years, its efficiency ratio has consistently come in under 50%. The bank plans an initial dividend of 3.6% - above that of key peer Bank of Hawaii (NYSE:BOH).
At Home Group is set to raise $130 million to pay down debt ($407 million post-IPO; 3.4x LTM adj. EBITDA). LBO'd in 2011, the home décor retailer operates 115 large-format stores and plans to open an additional 22 per year moving forward, with a long-term potential of 600 US locations (5x current footprint). Sales have grown at a 3-year CAGR of 20%, with nine consecutive quarters of positive comp store sales growth. Selling unbranded and private label products (70% of SKUs) has led to strong EBITDA margins (18% in LTM), but those margins have declined in each of the past three years.
Motif Bio (NASDAQ:MTFB), a UK-listed biotech, plans to raise $35 million in order to complete Phase 3 trials for iclaprim, an antibiotic for multi-drug resistant bacteria.
|Renaissance Capital's IPO Calendar - Week of 8/1/2016|
|Deal Size |
|Price Range |
|First Hawaiian |
|$464||$21 - $23 |
|Goldman Sachs |
BofA Merrill Lynch
|Hawaii-based spin-off from BNP with 62 branches and $19 billion in assets.|
|At Home Group |
|$130||$14 - $16 |
|BofA Merrill Lynch |
|Operates 115 home décor stores in the South and Midwest.|
|Motif Bio |
New York, NY
|SunTrust Robinson Humphrey |
|Late-stage biotech developing antibiotics for multi-drug resistant bacteria.|
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