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Momentum Minutes: So You Want to Go Public? How to Get Ahead of the Curve二月 28, 2022
Going public is a momentous step in the lifecycle of a growing company. Executing a successful initial public offering can be complex and involve numerous workstreams and considerations, from preparing financial statements to considering board and committee composition to drafting disclosure. However, much of this work can be started well in advance of the kickoff meeting with investment bankers. This month’s edition of Momentum Minutes outlines what you can do to get ahead in the IPO process.
Read “So You Want to Go Public? How to Get Ahead of the Curve” here.
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