Top 10 Biggest IPOs in U.S. History

Alibaba Group Holding (2014)

Raised $21.8 billion with an offer price of $68.00, marking a significant milestone for Chinese e-commerce

Visa Inc. (2008)

Raised $17.9 billion, with an offer price of $44.00, showcasing the strength of the global payment systems industry​

Enel SpA (1999)

An Italian utility company that raised $16.5 billion, offering shares at $45.23​

Facebook (now Meta Platforms, 2012)

Made a mark by raising $16.0 billion, with shares initially priced at $38.00

General Motors (2010)

Post-bankruptcy, GM raised $15.8 billion, offering shares at $33.00​

Deutsche Telekom (1997)

The German telecom giant raised $13 billion, with an offer price of $17.00

Uber Technologies (2019)

Raised $8.1 billion, a significant figure in the ride-sharing industry, with shares priced at $45.00

United Parcel Service (1999)

UPS raised $5.5 billion, pricing its shares at $50.00​

Infineon Technologies (2000)

The German chipmaker raised $5.2 billion, with shares offered at $33.92​

China Unicom (2000)

Raised $4.9 billion in a major telecom industry IPO, with an offer price of $19.99