Thursday, February 11: Shares of BMBL began trading on the Nasdaq. The stock opened at $76 per share.
Wednesday, February 10: Bumble completed its IPO, selling 45 million shares at $43 each, raising $1.94 billion. The offering was upsized from $1.75 billion. Shares of BMBL will begin trading on the Nasdaq February 11.
Monday, February 8: Bumble increased the price range on its IPO to between $37 and $39 per share, up from between $28 and $30. The company also plans to offer 45 million shares, up from the originally announced 34.5 million shares.
Thursday, February 4: Bumble is expected to complete its IPO on February 11.
Tuesday, February 2: Bumble set a price range for its initial public offering at between $28 and $30 per share. The company plans to offer 34.5 million shares.
Friday, January 15: Bumble filed a Form S-1 with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, solidifying its plans to conduct an initial public offering. Citigroup and Goldman Sachs Group have been confirmed as the lead bookrunners for the IPO.
Monday, December 21: Bumble has reportedly filed a confidential draft registration statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, declaring its intention to conduct an initial public offering. Sources close to the deal suggest it could close in February 2021, around Valentine's Day, but that has not been confirmed.
Thursday, November 12: Bloomberg reports that Bumble's IPO is expected to list in the first quarter of 2021.