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Preparing for an IPO – Avoid common pitfalls

Preparing for an IPO – Avoid common pitfalls

Before you begin the preparation phase of an IPO process, reflect on your decision to take your company public – does it meet your long term strategic objectives? Have you considered all the advantages and disadvantages?

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The IPO is not an end in itself, it is a different beginning.

IPOs are complex undertakings. It is critical to acknowledge that there are many continuously moving parts that need to be managed – including the costs and IPO process itself. 

Before you begin the preparation phase of the IPO process, reflect on your decision to take your company public – does it meet your long term strategic objectives? Have you considered all the advantages and disadvantages? Have you considered what life will be like afterwards?

Learn the key points required to perform a thorough company review and bring together the appropriate corporate and management structure for the new public company, including assembling the right internal and external teams and developing a project timeline and framework.

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