Preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) is an onerous process and a “health check” of sorts for a company. Multinational companies need to ensure they comply with federal, state, and local tax regulations.
When planning for an IPO, a company is well-advised to enlist the help of experienced IPO advisors, including valuation experts.
Valuations are required at various stages in the IPO process, typically in the pre-filing stage. Managing valuation considerations carefully can minimize the time, effort, and costs of the IPO filing process.
Related Insights: IPO Valuations
IPO Readiness: Valuation Issues Related to Taking a Company Public
Valuation considerations must be managed carefully to minimize the time, effort, and costs of the IPO filing process.
Ready. Set. IP-whoa.
Valuations are a requirement throughout the IPO process. Management teams are well-advised to seek professional expertise early to avoid missteps and save time, effort, and cost.
Older & Wiser: The Evolution of 409A
As startups stay private for longer periods of time, their common stock valuation (409A) history is likely to be scrutinized if they pursue an IPO.
SEC to SPACs: Blank-Check Path to IPO, Warrants, Disclosures Have Liability Risk
The SEC has been clear. They will continue to keep a close watch on SPAC filings and disclosures and their private targets.
Does My Early-Stage Company Need a Third-Party Valuation?
If your company is on a trajectory towards success, now is the time for a valuation consultation about the required analysis and support to take risk off the table.
SPAC Shares Are Not Created Equal
How do you value a SPAC? With a surge in SPAC IPOs, SPAC valuations should not be given equal consideration.