Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters
Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters

SoftBank eyes Vision Fund IPO as investees Uber, WeWork prepare for public listings

  • If pursued, an IPO would give investors in the fund a way to cash out part or all of their stakes

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Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters
Masayoshi Son, the chairman and chief executive of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp, plans to raise US$100 billion every two to three years to create Vision Fund successors. Photo: Reuters
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