Before deciding to go public, it’s essential that you know exactly what type of companies are generally attractive to shareholders and investors
Sexiness of the Business
The business need to have some unique characteristics that other similar businesses do not have. With this unique position, this business will then have an edge over its competitors.
The business needs to be at least operationally relevant to the market in the foreseeable future. It cannot be redundant within 1 or 2 years.
The business must be easy to scale up, expanding in terms of geographical or production. In summary, the business can double or triple its revenue or profit without much difficulty.
It is extremely vital that the management team must display their knowledge or experience in the operating and growing the business.
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- Are the systems, processes documented, and the corporate governance in place?
- Can your company produce accurate and timely financials that are able to be cleared by a reasonable-sized auditor?
- Does your company have the correct historical data and is presented in the appropriate financial standards?
- Is your company’s legal documentation complete and proper?
- Is your management team’s profile appropriate to manage the company in a listed environment?
- Have you identified and mitigated all your business, financial and legal risks?
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- Have a solid 3 to 5 year expansion plan prepared, addressing the business, financial and legal issues to achieve the forecasts.
- Continue to build market presence.
- Structuring a competent Board of Directors.
- Ensure all documentation are in place to clear the financial and legal due diligence.
- Have a competent IPO committee who can address issues raised by the auditor, legal, stock exchange, security commissions, bankers, underwriters and any other interested parties.