In today’s episode Adrian Lawrence from FD Capital talks about How to take your company public.
Every CFO dreams of taking a company public. It’s something every CFO aspires to achieve during their career. As a CFO, you’re the guiding force behind taking your company public. Before you can start raising capital or talking about an IPO, there are several hurdles your company will need to pass.
Taking your company public isn’t easy; it takes time, money, and expert manoeuvring to overcome the complex challenges. Getting the initial public office (IPO) for your company right could take months – even years – to prepare.
While taking a company public is a herculin effort, most of the challenges fall on the shoulders of the company’s CFO. The weight of audit standards, governance, and increasing regulations means that getting your company to the IPO stage can feel like an uphill battle.
Our senior team of CFOs are sharing their wisdom on the tips you need to know to take your company public. Not every CFO will have the experience of guiding their company through the IPO stage or preparing them to go public.
When you join a company as a CFO, it’s important to find out whether going public is part of their long-term strategy. Finding this out early will allow you to plan accordingly.
Read the full article here on Linkedin – How to take your company public