An initial public offering refers to the process of offering shares of a private corporation to the public in a new stock issuance. Public share issuance allows a company to raise capital from public investors.
When is an IPO appropriate?
We are a fast growing company in an industry that enjoys great popularity and do not want to lose ownership and management control of the company
We want to continue participating in the development of the company and it would be difficult for us to agree on a strategy with a financial or strategic investor
We want to expand / acquire companies for which our company's own resources are not sufficient and we do not want to significantly indebt the company
We do not consider selling the majority of the company in the future, but we do not oppose a partial sale
We want to explore other possibilities of financing our growth beyond loans and other debt products
We would like to use the proceeds from IPO to focus on other segments, we expect to hand over the company to our children
We want to show that our company can go through such a complex process as an IPO
Bank financing is unavailable to us, banks are not willing to continue financing our company
Our industry is in recession and the prospects are not positive
We are not keen on reporting any financial indicators outside the company, we are careful not to put any unnecessary information in the company register
We will now sell 30% of our company through the stock market and sell the rest of the company in the medium term to a strategic or financial investor
Our company does not have a clear organizational structure and reporting & control mechanisms in place
What stock exchange is best suited for your company?
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100 mil EUR
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50 - 200 mil EUR
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