Lyft files for an IPO ahead of rival Uber

Ride-hailing company on Thursday filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial offering, ending months of speculation about the timing of its much-awaited market debut.

The company, which was last valued at about $15 billion, did not specify the number of shares it was selling or the price range for the offering in a confidential filing with the SEC.

The is slated for the first half of 2019, sources have told Reuters. Bigger Uber Technologies is also expected to pursue an next that could value it at about $120 billion.

Lyft’s IPO is expected to commence after the SEC completes its review process, it said here in a press release on Thursday.

Reuters reported in October that the company had chosen JPMorgan Chase & Co, Credit Suisse, and Jefferies,  as underwriters for its IPO.

Lyft was set up in 2012 by technology entrepreneurs John Zimmer and Logan Green, three after Travis Kalanick co-founded Uber.

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