Canada Goose would like to go public sometime in 2017. Bain Capital, which acquired a majority stake in the Canadian company three years ago, is said to be seeking a valuation of $2 billion in the planned initial public offering. Credit Suisse, the Canadian Imperial Bank and Goldman Sachs have been retained as lead underwriters of the deal. Dani Reiss, the 43-year-old chief executive of Canada Goose, still has a minority stake in the company. He is a grandson of Sam Tick, a Polish immigrant who founded the company in Toronto in 1957 under a different name, Metro Sportswear, to produce woolen vests, raincoats and snowmobile suits. The planned IPO will shed some light into the financials of this highly secretive company, but there is a risk that it won't happen, according to the Wall Street Journal, because of stock market volatility and other factors.