Tuesday August 4, 2020

Sweden 2019: Is an IPO the way to go?

The story of how construction software company Zutec was aided in its initial public offering by Mazars Ireland offers some pointers to any firms thinking of going down the IPO path, writes Lorraine Courtney

2nd June, 2019
Lorcan Colclough of Mazars Ireland: ‘Not taking an IPO into consideration when looking to expand can have many consequences’ Pic: Fergal Phillips

An IPO, which stands for initial public offering, is the process whereby a privately-owned company offers shares to the public for the first time via a public market. A company could choose to IPO for a number of reasons, the primary one being to raise funds to grow the business. Other reasons include enhancing its public profile among investors, competitors, customers and workforce, to facilitate the owner’s exit, and to enable staff share incentive schemes....

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