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We can assist your company in going public. We will take your company public without a public shell.
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The long-term benefits of being publicly traded are numerous and can include: improved liquidity, higher company valuation, the ability to make acquisitions, attract and retain employees with the company's stock and greater access to capital at a lower cost. In addition, being a publicly traded enterprise allows a company to make acquisitions with its stock, since public company stock can be viewed as currency for mergers and acquisitions. Moreover, public trading status often leads to a higher price at a later offering of a company's securities.
We work as members of a client's team, offering knowledge and expertise in assisting you in becoming a public company.
Our resources and relationships in the financial communities as well as experience in helping companies go public allow us to provide our clients with a comprehensive range of services. We maintain relations with underwriters, broker-dealers, market makers, merchant banks and other financial institutions. We offer the most complete going public services.
We recognize the power of a public company that is not available to a private company. If you are considering going public contact us to learn more.
Mergers and Acquisitions: Public stock of a company can be used for businesses to grow through acquisitions.
Higher Valuations: Public Companies are typically valued more than private companies.
Benchmark Trading Price: The trading price of a public company's stock serves as a benchmark for the offer price of other securities.
Capital Formation: Raising capital later is typically easier because of the extra liquidity for the investors.
Incentives: Stock options and stock incentives can be very helpful in attracting employees.
Reduced Business Requirements: While an underwritten initial public offering requires significant earnings, the lack of an earnings does not keep a private company from going public.
Less Dilution: There is less dilution of ownership control compared to an IPO.
Reduced Underwriter Requirements: No underwriter is needed.
S-8: Form S-8 stock can be issued to employees and consultants by a public company.
Liquidity: A public company provides liquidity for management, minority shareholders, and investors.
Prestige: Added prestige and visibility with customers, suppliers, as well as the financial community.
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Raise Capital: It is usually easier to raise capital as a public company because then stock brokerage firms and their clients may be able to buy your stock.
Use public company stock to trade for advertising.
Advertise to Raise Capital: a private company cannot advertise and can only raise money from friends and family. A public company that does a registration statement and follows other procedures can advertise to the general public (typically an S-1 Registration Statement).*
**A Registered Offering could advertise their public stock offering to the general public whereas a private company cannot.*
We provide a comprehensive go public program. Our service is designed to assist you through each stage of the process. From start to finish we will be with you all the way from implementation until the process is complete. Our industry expertise ensures a robust and dynamic public company. We provide the most comprehensive service for a company going public.
Active market making, aided by a small amount of available public stock, can produce a strong and stable stock trading price for the public company's stock.
The registration statement can also include securities of the insiders, corporate officers and other shareholders.
If the registration includes warrants, the public company can expect to receive proceeds from the exercise of those warrants when the trading price of the public company stock exceeds the exercise (strike) price of the warrants. This is another way for a public company to raise capital.
Typically, only a small percentage of the private company's shares are registered. This preserves the corporate ownership of the existing shareholders for raising capital is the future.
The company prepares the market for a later public offering, which typically occurs at a stock price greater than could have been done initially.
Preferred stock can be issued for various purposes by a public company.
Management and initial shareholders of the private company can have their stock in the registration statement. This can allow them to then sell their securities in the public market.
If it's a foreign company, it may not want to become a U.S. company. The overseas company can have their securities traded in the U.S. on a U.S. stock exchange without requiring them to become a US corporation or subsidiary.
The market value of a public company is usually greater than a private company in the same industry.
It is usually much easier to raise capital for a public company because the stock has a market value & is tradable.
The public trading price of the stock of a public company serves as a benchmark for the offer price of a future public or private stock.
Acquisitions can be made with stock since publicly traded stock is viewed as currency for the purpose of mergers and acquisitions.
S-8 stock can be issued for employees by a public company.
If the offering also includes warrants, the new company can receive proceeds from the exercise of such warrants if the trading price of its common stock exceeds the exercise price of warrants. This is another way that a company that goes public can raise capital.
If you are a foreign private or public company, we can help you become a publicly traded company in the US.
For foreign companies that are already public in another domicile we can do a new listing for you in the US and dual list you or we can form an American Depository Receipt which is also know as an ADR. ADR's can trade over the counter or on Nasdaq or other exchanges. If you want to trade as an over the counter ADR American Depository Receipt you will not require audited financials. A dual listing or an ADR is an excellent way for foreign public company to go public in the US.
We can assist foreign private companies in going public. A foreign company which goes public and trades its securities in the United States builds a relationship with its market makers (many of whom are also underwriters) and becomes known to American investors. This exposure may make more likely the obtaining of an underwriter for subsequently raising capital.
When going public you can choose to be a company in the domicile of your choice; your home country, another off-shore destination or here in the United States. The choice is yours. In some cases, there may be tax advantages gained from this. Please check with your tax advisor.
A foreign company can also establish a United States corporation as a subsidiary and register the subsidiary's securities. Some foreign companies elect to establish a United States corporation and make the foreign company a wholly-owned subsidiary of the United States corporation.
For the finest services in going public be it as a new public company, a stock exchange dual listing or ADR we can assist you with that.
We will guide you in the process of becoming a public company, from start to finish. Contact us for additional information at (310) 271-2711 or email us at info(at)goingpublicexperts.com and one of our courteous staff members will be happy to assist you. To get our free reports on the going public process, click here
For additional information on the going public process - and a free consultation - please give us a call at (310) 271-2711 and one of our courteous representatives will be more than glad to assist you. You may also email us at info(at)goingpublicexperts.com