Benefits of IPO

There are various reasons why a company should consider an IPO.

 

Company will gather a significant amount of funds by opening up to the public and allowing shares to be traded in an organized market.

 

Benefits of IPO:

— Financing
— Liquidity
— Recognition
— Institutionalization
— SPOs
— Credibility

Financing
Public offering primarily provide companies the opportunity to obtain capital through a reliable organized, transparent market structure.

 

Liquidity
The shares offered to the public can be bought and sold in a transparent manner at the prices determined according to the market supply and demand at an arbitrary time, liquidity is provided to the shares and an important opportunity is provided to existing shareholders.

 

Global Recognition
Various information about the companies whose shares are traded on the Exchange are constantly being delivered to the foreign investors through global press, data broadcasting and other visual broadcasting organizations within the framework of the transparency of the Exchange and the function of public disclosure.

 

Institutionalization
Being publicly traded adds to a company’s stature as an institution, which can enhance its competitive position.

 

Secondary Offerings
Companies can create financing opportunities not only with the primary public offering but also with “Secondary Public Offerings” according to the resource requirements arising from their investment and similar needs while restricting the pre-emptive rights of existing partners.

 

Credibility
Listing their shares in the Exchange, companies increases their credibility in banking and money market which enables to obtain loans cheaper and easier.

 

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Importance of Investor Relations

Investor Relations combines finance, communication, and marketing to effectively control the flow of information between a public company, its investors and its stakeholders.

It’s of the utmost importance for companies to maintain strong, transparent relationships with investors. Because of this in companies Investor Relations department comes into play.

Some of the main goals of investor relations are:

  • Enabling the company to achieve the optimum share price of the company that reflects fundamental value
  • Representing Company to investors and vice versa
  • In a timely and accurate way to provide financial information to investors
  • Building receptive capital markets for future financing at favorable terms

Benefits of Investor Relations Team

  • Maintaining loyal shareholder base
  • Enhancing long-term shareholder value
  • Ensuring receptive capital markets for future financing
  • Lowering the cost of capital
  • Building long-term credibility with the investment community

Because IR fulfills so many duties and functions in so many capacities, it’s essential that the department stay fully integrated with nearly every other department in the company, such as the legal and accounting departments, as well as with the entire executive management team.

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Mergers and Acquisitions

M&A deal process includes:

 

1.Develop an acquisition strategy — Developing a good acquisition strategy revolves around the acquirer having a clear idea of what they expect to gain from making the acquisition.

 

2. Set the M&A search criteria — Determining the key criteria for identifying potential target companies.

 

3. Search for potential acquisition targets— The acquirer uses their identified search criteria to look for and then evaluate potential target companies.

 

4. Begin acquisition planning — The acquirer makes contact with one or more companies that meet its search criteria and appear to offer good value.

 

5. Perform valuation analysis— Assuming initial contact and conversations go well, the acquirer asks the target company to provide substantial information (current financials, etc.) that will enable the acquirer to further evaluate the target, both as a business on its own and as a suitable acquisition target.

 

6. Negotiations— After producing several valuation models of the target company, the acquirer should have sufficient information to enable it to construct a reasonable offer; Once the initial offer has been presented, the two companies can negotiate terms in more detail

 

7. M&A due diligence — Due diligence is an exhaustive process that begins when the offer has been accepted; due diligence aims to confirm or correct the acquirer’s assessment of the value of the target company by conducting a detailed examination and analysis of every aspect of the target company’s operations — its financial metrics, assets and liabilities, customers, human resources, etc.

 

8. Purchase and sale contracts— Assuming due diligence is completed with no major problems or concerns arising, the next step forward is executing a final contract for sale; the parties will make a final decision on the type of purchase agreement, whether it is to be an asset purchase or share purchase

 

9. Financing strategy for the acquisition — The acquirer will, of course, have explored financing options for the deal earlier, but the details of financing typically come together after the purchase and sale agreement has been signed.

 

10.Closing and integration of the acquisition— The acquisition deal closes, and management teams of the target and acquirer work together on the process of merging the two firms.

 

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