A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF BANKING SECTOR IPOS FROM 2011 TO 2022
This comprehensive study provides a rigorous examination of Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) within the banking sector for the period spanning from 2011 to 2022. The review's scope spans a broad array of subjects, such as financial performance, market conditions, regulatory modifications, and investor perspectives. The findings of the study disclose a complex interplay of several factors that might lead to diverse financial outcomes. Certain financial organizations saw robust stock performance and revenue growth subsequent to their first public offering (IPO), whilst others had challenges pertaining to profitability. The impact of regulatory changes, including the heightened capital adequacy and transparency norms, significantly affected the strategy and outcomes of initial public offerings (IPOs). The role of investor sentiment has become a pivotal determinant of performance, with a strong correlation to market conditions, economic indicators, and perceived risk levels. The significance of time became evident as banks consistently synchronized their initial public offerings with favourable market periods. This research offers valuable insights for financial institutions contemplating initial public offerings (IPOs), emphasizing the need of proactive regulatory alignment, strategic timing, and effective investor engagement. This statement emphasizes the importance of ongoing adjustment in a constantly changing financial environment. It also emphasizes the need for further investigation into the lasting effects of regulations, the disruptive influence of financial technology, the dynamics of cross-border transactions, and the incorporation of sustainability factors in initial public offerings within the banking sector. This research is necessary to provide guidance to institutions navigating the dynamic landscape of initial public offerings.
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), Capital, Banking Industry, Market Structure, Finance.