M7, which specializes in pan-European multitenant regional real estate, is considering a £300 million IPO of its property portfolio in London, City A.M. reported.
Citing an M7 spokesperson, the media outlet said the property firm tapped Barclays and Akur Capital to review the potential IPO, as well as other strategic initiatives.
The potential float would probably take place at the end of the third quarter or early in the fourth quarter, and would be one of the largest public listings in the U.K. in 2017, according to the report.
Founded in 2009, M7 initially focused on the multitenant industrial sector in the U.K. It now manages more than 800 industrial, retail and office properties worth roughly €4.1 billion across Europe.