Go Public - Going Public without an IPO/Initial Public Offerings
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Going Public/Go Public - What does it mean?
A private company has it company stock available for purchase by the public. Management does not need to raise venture capital or do a public offering nor do an initial public offerings (IPO).
Some companies wish to go public for the many benefits of being a publicly traded company.
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We offer news and consultation about private Placement Memorandums, 15c211, Market Makers, Broker - Dealers and Investment Banks. Most of the smaller companies start on either the NASD OTCBB or the Pink Sheets. In fact, more and more companies want to begin trading on the Pink Sheets. A company can initially begin trading on the Pink Sheets and, if they choose, can trade on the OTCBB later very easily.
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This makes it easier to raise capital since it gives you credibility and a benchmark trading price to raise capital against.
Because stocks can be traded the are typically valued higher than their private counterparts. So, what many sophisticated CEO's and CFO's do is become a public company receive a higher valuation and benchmark stock trading price. Then, as a public company, they do a private placement at a deep discount to the market with the provision that the investors hold the stock for 1 year.
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We would be happy to discuss the methods available based on your specific situation. We are also developing a membership association of financial professionals, registered investment advisers, CPA’s and those involved in the stock and capital markets.
There are also no asset or revenue requirements. Companies such as Rolls Royce Aerospace, Nestle, and Heineken trade there.