International Workplace Group (IWG) chief Mark Dixon is said to be mulling a possible spin off of the company’s US arm as part of a separate £3bn float in New York.
The business founder is reported to be in very early stage talks with bankers about a possible listing, which would turn the Regus-owner into a publicly traded rival to fellow shared office provider WeWork, as first reported by Sky News.
WeWork is planning its own $50bn (£44bn) float in the coming weeks although IWG is understood to have said it won’t hire bankers connected to the WeWork IPO.
It’s estimated that US giant WeWork is now the highest-valued private company in the western world.
The FTSE 250 serviced office provider…
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