According to a recent report by Wolters Kluwer, non-U.S. companies completing IPOs in the United States account for 21% of all U.S. IPOs in 2015, to date. These non-U.S. companies have completed 23 IPOs and raised an aggregate $2.29 billion, indicating strong interest by foreign issuers to list in the U.S. In addition, non-U.S. issuers currently hail from various companies around the world, in contrast to China’s historically strong presence in the U.S market—as shown, for instance, by Finland’s first IPO in the U.S. since 1999, completed this June. Visit http://www.ipovitalsigns.com/public/IPOQueue to read more about these findings.