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IPO – fresh capital and increased liquidity
In the process called “Initial Public Offering” or “IPO”, a previously unlisted company offers new or existing shares to the public for the first time (to institutional and retail investors).
Advantages of a public offering:
Raising substantial amounts of funds (from institutional and retail investors)
Shares are easier to trade (more liquidity)
Value of the company is clearly defined
Facilitating the setting up of a stock option incentive scheme (ISOs)
Improved corporate governance and image of the company
The company is considered private and has a small number of shareholders, i.e. founders. These are usually entrepreneurs, management and early investors such as angel investors, venture capital funds and private equity funds. Share liquidity is low and any sale of shares has to be carried out in an individual way with complex legal procedures involving a notary.
The issuing company becomes a publicly-listed company. This means that additional capital can be raised much more easily and the company’s shares are traded on the organised market. Selling or buying shares is much easier, without complicated legal procedures and visits to the notary.
Comprehensive IPO service
Equito provides comprehensive assistance to companies wishing to offer their shares to the public. We guide you through the intricacies of going public. Our offerings span from readying the financial, legal, and other IPO-related documents to guaranteeing adherence to legal mandates and upholding exemplary corporate communication with investors.
The services we provide:
Assessment of Initial Public Offering (IPO) readiness
Preparation of all legal, financial and other documentation for the IPO
Preparation of the IPO prospectus
Assistance with the due diligence process
Compliance with financial reporting standards
Establishing corporate governance
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