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How do you prefer to top up your account?

* We don't charge any commission for making deposits into your account

Participate in IPOs

  • Invest in US and European initial public offerings (IPOs).
  • Buy stocks at their initial price before trading begins.
  • Make money by selling stocks as soon as they get listed on the exchange and their lock-up period expires. Prices can grow by tens or even hundreds of percent!
* Capital loss risk


Past IPOs


Why Freedom Finance?

A rigorous selection of IPOs

Our analysts carefully study the issuer’s business indicators and analyze the market environment. Out of all IPOs, we offer the most promising ones.

Minimal entry threshold

Previously, only large investors with several million dollars were allowed to participate in IPOs. We have reduced the participation amount for our clients to $2,000.

A unique opportunity in Europe

We are one of the few European companies who provides retail investors with access to US IPOs. Join now!

How does it work?

1

Application collection

Our analysts choose promising IPOs. We then inform our clients, send analytical materials with recommendations, and provide advice on relevant questions. You then have a few days to submit your application to participate in an IPO.

2

Buying stocks

Clients can submit a trading request to purchase the issuer’s securities for a desired amount through their personal account. One collective application is then formed and sent to the underwriter.

3

Start of trading

Usually, when public trading begins on the stock exchange, stock prices begin to rise, getting ramped up by traders who did not originally participate in the IPO. There is also a lock-up period, which is a 93-day ban on selling stocks purchased during the IPO.

4

Trading period

During the lock-up period, you can use a forward contract to fix the price. This usually costs 10-15% of the current stock price.

5

Trade closure

At the end of the lock-up period, you are able to manage your stocks at your own discretion - either leave them in your portfolio or sell them. Congratulations on your investment! Looking forward to the next IPO.


How to participate in IPOs?

1. Open an account

To participate in IPOs, an investment account must be opened. If you don’t have one, open an account now.

Open New Account

2. Deposit funds to your account

To take part in IPOs, your investment account should have funds of no less than $2,000. Deposit funds into your account conveniently, either through a bank transfer or by card.

3. Submit a request

A request to purchase the issuer’s stocks can be submitted through the client’s personal account by selecting the company’s ticker. Specify the extent of your participation and confirm the transaction.

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Review the results of previous IPOs and take part in the following placements