An IPO (initial public offering) follows a standard process.
Private companies must:
> prepare their accounting statements,
> obtain an audit from a qualified accounting firm,
> draft a registration statement,
> file the registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission,
> address all SEC comments,
> satisfy blue sky requirements for secondary trading,
> obtain DTC eligibility,
> submit an application with the relevant stock exchange,
> address all exchange comments and
> begin trading.
Sounds easy, but it’s a complex process with many details and issues that need to be properly addressed.
You can do it yourself or you can engage our services to help you. Contact us at 516-509-8132 for more information.