Falcon Media House, which owns patented technology that prevents buffering when streaming video online, listed this morning at a valuation of £14m after raising £4m.
On Wednesday, Dukemount Capital, a property and investment services company, will follow suit with a flotation valuing the company at approximately £1.5m.
The group intends to raise £1m, which will be used to source and structure its first real estate acquisitions and cover its listing costs.
The UK-based company plans to acquire, manage and develop UK residential and hotel properties, which are for the most part already pre-leased to housing associations on a long-term consumer price index-linked basis. Dukemount will then agree a sale and leaseback with institutions. These leases, typically more than 30 years long, are called as long-dated income.Dukemount expects to be profitable within the first 12 to 18 months of listing.