It's another busy week on the IPO calendar as 10 companies make their public debut in the United States.
But none will receive the attention that King Digital Entertainment will when it hits the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, March 26. The mobile game developer expects to raise approximately $500 million in its initial public offering.
While King might grab the headlines, there are nine other companies that will debut this week. Here's an overview of all 10.
IPO Calendar 2014: 10 Companies Hitting the Market
King Digital Entertainment PLC (NYSE: KING) has been grabbing headlines for months, and the "Candy Crush" developer is looking to raise $500 million by offering more than 22 million shares at a range of $21 to $24 per share. That range would give KING a market value of $7.4 billion. KING will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, March 26. In the last year, KING has reported revenue of almost $1.9 billion.
1347 Property Insurance Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: PIH) provides property and casualty insurance in Louisiana and will begin trading on the Nasdaq on Wednesday, March 26. PHI plans to offer more than 2.2 million shares at a range of $10 to $12. Aegis Capital Corp. has served as the lead underwriter on the deal.
Nord Anglia Education Inc. (NYSE: NORD) will also hit the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday, March 26. NORD is offering 19 million shares at a range of $15 to $17 per share. By raising the proposed $304 million, NORD would have a market value of approximately $1.5 billion. NORD operates 27 premium schools across the world and educates more than 17,000 students in total.
Trinet Group Inc. (NYSE: TNET) provides human resources services to small and medium-sized companies that outsource their HR department. In its initial public offering, TNET plans to raise approximately $240 million by offering 15 million shares at a $15 to $17 range. That price range would give TNET a market value of $1.2 billion. The IPO is scheduled for Thursday, March 27, and the stock will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.