Going public is a monumental decision for any company. It forever changes how a company goes about doing business. A public company has access to more, and often deeper, sources of capital than a private company. The actual process of […]
Moving a privately owned company to a public market will take time and detailed planning is required.
There are two ways to list the shares—first, the standard and popular IPO process, and second, the direct listing process. This article explores the difference between the two.
Lower cost of capital, expanded global share holder base, greater liquidity in the trading of shares, prestige and publicity are among other the drivers behind firm’s decision to list their shares abroad.