Turning a privately owned enterprise into a publicly traded company through an Initial Public Offering (IPO) is a rigorous process that demands the efforts of skilled professionals drawn from legal, accounting and underwriting backgrounds. Your advisors and accountants need to work together to deliver the best product and a successful IPO for our company. We have done this many times before and can help you take your company public.
So where do you start? How do you navigate the complex route to becoming a public company? And is it worth doing?
Preparation for an IPO includes careful consideration of the pros and cons, a thorough understanding of the process, a well-thought-out business plan, strategic orchestration of action and delivery in a tight timeframe. Then, when the market window opens and the time is right, you're ready.
Our IPO Services team includes professionals with technical skills and industry experience to help you better understand what it takes to "go public," guide you through the entire IPO process, and equip you with what you need to meet your obligations as a successful public company.
Like any journey, going public requires careful preparation. We have solid experience helping companies in a variety industries prepare for the IPO process. Learn more about how we can help:
Have you fully evaluated whether going public is your best option? Have you explored alternatives? Which stock exchanges should you consider?
We can help with this important first step by assessing your company's readiness to go public and the actions necessary to proceed.
Our IPO professionals will work closely with you to "get your house in order" and make the transition from a private enterprise to a public company.
We can also help you plan for the consequences of public life:
The offering phase is a juggling act in a tight timeframe. As part of your IPO team with your underwriter and legal counsel, our IPO professionals will have the in-depth knowledge of your company to:
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