Yupi.com, the Spanish-language Internet company based in Miami, has scheduled a $105 million initial public share offering on the Nasdaq Stock Market in April. Although the company filed the offering with the US Securities and Exchange Commission back in January, Credit Suisse First Boston, the lead underwriter, said the April offering may be postponed because of market volatility. Yupi last year raised $110 million in private equity financing.

Yupi already has signed up strategic investors such as Sony Corp., News Corp. and Comcast. Oscar Coen, Yupi’s president and CEO, owns 2.5 million shares, or 6.7% of the company, according to SEC filings. Yupi’s primary shareholders are Juan Carlos Campuzano, David Parker, Carlos Cardona and Camilo Cruz, who each own between 4 and 8 million shares. Yupi would become the fifth Latin Internet company to go public in the last 12 months, following IPOs by StarMedia Networks, Terra Networks, Impsat and El Sitio.