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What to Know Before You Conduct an IPO

Monday, December 16, 2019

Find out what going public could mean for your company and the steps for putting a results-driven plan in place.

Taking your company public can be an exciting and nerve-wracking time because your organization – and those vested in its success – will never be the same. Once your company completes its Initial Public Offering (IPO), you’ll have to start considering the needs of shareholders and all the regulations and requirements that govern the offering, ownership and trading of securities on a daily basis. Download EQ’s latest whitepaper to learn more about the significance of an IPO.

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Key takeaways:

  • Raising capital and other added benefits of conducting an IPO
  • Determining market volatility, next steps and an achievable timeframe
  • Building trusted partnerships that last the life of your company
  • Understanding alternative transaction types that may be available
  • Managing your shareholders under the expertise of your transfer agent

Any transfer agent can handle an IPO. We’re all subject to the same regulations. But the transfer agent’s job doesn’t end on closing day. In fact, that’s just the beginning.

— Joe Conte, Head of Corporate Actions Products; Capital Markets, EQ