Montréal-based Lightspeed POS, a retail and restaurant point-of-sale and e-commerce platform, closed a secondary offering by shareholders Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Investissement Québec and Inovia Capital.
GFL Environmental, which is backed by BC Partners and Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, has filed in Canada and the U.S. for an IPO.
SelectQuote, an insurance policy comparison website, has hired Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse Group AG for an IPO that could put the company at a valuation at more than $2 billion, reported Reuters.
DRI Healthcare, an investment firm focused on healthcare royalty assets, is seeking to raise up to $350 million for its London IPO, reported Reuters.
The AZEK Company, a maker of residential and commercial building products, has filed for an IPO.
NEO Exchange facilitated more than C$1.5 billion in initial public offerings last year, including the listings of six special purpose acquisition corporations.
PT Softex Indonesia, a sanitary product maker, is considering delaying an Indonesian IPO that could raise at least $400 million, reported Bloomberg.
San Francisco-based One Medical, a membership-based primary care platform, has raised $245 million for its IPO after pricing its 17.5 million shares at $14 per share.
Jamf, a software maker for Apple Devices has filed confidentially for an IPO, reported Bloomberg.
La Jolla, California-based StepStone, an alternative asset investor, has hired Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley as leads underwriters for its IPO, reported Reuters.

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