Wheaton Precious Metals hires UK consultancy for major London listing

Tavistock Communications has been appointed to advise what is predicted to be the biggest company to list on the London Stock Exchange in almost a decade.

Wheaton Precious Metals is due to list on the LSE in Q4 (Picture: Getty Images)
Wheaton Precious Metals is due to list on the LSE in Q4 (Picture: Getty Images)

Wheaton Precious Metals is a £18bn business involved in buying gold and silver, which plans to list on the LSE in Q4 this year. 

At the current market cap it is set to be the UK’s largest listing since Glencore’s IPO in 2011, and would surpass Coca-Cola European Partners' listing last year, which had a market cap of £18bn.

Wheaton is a streaming company that generates revenue from the sale of precious metals. 

It recently reported revenues of more than $500m in the first six months of 2020.

In addition to Tavistock, the company has hired Joh. Berenberg, Gossler & Co.KG and Peel Hunt as joint UK corporate brokers, and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner as legal advisors.

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