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Helping companies go public and raise capital.

Initial public offerings help businesses raise capital to achieve growth ambitions and provide founders and investors with exit options. We assess businesses for IPO and make them ready for Capital Markets.

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Initial Public Offering

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Steps for IPO Listing


IPO is a journey of transformation for any company from being private to a public company. Listing on the capital markets is a critical stage and a successful IPO may help a business achieve its growth goals. A business would need to enhance corporate governance and financial reporting in the existing system. Timelines play an important role for IPO.

02Making a growth story

Every brand is big and has its story in the past and for the future. We create a long term growth story along with robust business plan. We assess capital requirement for the plan and how it can be achieved through IPO.

03Culture Transformation

It is very important to change culture of the organization to make you IPO ready. It involves transparent flow of information, accountability between management and employees, trust between management and investors. Data is required while preparing for IPO. A separate team needs to be identified to handle IPO process.

04Financial Reporting

It is required for an IPO to restate audited historical financial information in compliance with Ind AS, IFRS or US GAAP. There should be understanding between management and auditors of the company for accounting practices followed.

05Stringent Internal Controls and MIS Framework

An IPO-bound company must define the internal control framework and set up an environment where the operating effectiveness of controls is tested regularly. Internal audit reports of internal auditor should be discussed thoroughly and implemented on priority. It is also must to implement robust MIS structures.

06Corporate Governance

A transparent corporate governance structure is required for investor confidence over safety and growth of the funds invested. The key to building investor confidence is to have an experienced, strong and credible board with expertise.

07Anchor and Institutional Investors

It is important to engage with institutional investors to lend more credibility to the issue. A business should bring right investment banker and advisers who can advise on valuation and engage with institutional investors.

08Public Relations

An effective communication strategy for brand positioning is critical to attract stakeholders such as investors, analysts, media, industry associations and financial institutions.

09Filing for IPO

Stock exchange regulator has expert teams to review prospectus filed. An IPO advisory company will guide on the comment letter process.

10Listing in Capital Markets

After obtaining regulatory approvals, the Company is moved towards listing and a period is decided by which it will be listed and issue will be open for investing. Once listed, the responsibility and accountability of senior management and the board of directors increase significantly.

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When a private company first sells shares to the public, this process is known as an initial public offering. After IPO, company’s ownership transitions from private to public.

An IPO is initial sale of shares of a company to the public while an FPO is a further public offer.

To raise capital for the business from sale of equity shares and provide liquidity to promoters and investors.

Yes. You can sell shares you receive through IPO at any point of time.

The biggest risk is that you are not guaranteed of receiving the shares. Even if you have applied for shares, you may not get the number of shares applied.

It is a parallel market where shares of a company are bought and sold outside the official trading channels. Usually, companies that decide to launch an IPO decide to test waters in the pre-IPO market.