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When do you go for an IPO?
The CEO of Pure Storage offers advice on timing a public offering, based on his own experience of IPOs. He also talks about the precedents set by Google and Facebook, who waited longer than most venture capital-backed companies.
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Guide to listing
A step-by-step guide to listing your company on the London Stock Exchange.
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Initial public offerings
A collection of articles on IPOs from ICAEW's Corporate Finance Faculty.
Floating on the stock market
Detailed guidance from Business Link on the flotation process covering the advantages and disadvantages of flotation, choosing the right market, appointing advisers and pricing.
Floating a company
Guidance from flotation consultants HollandBendelow. Includes a guide for companies considering floating on the Alternative Investments Market - The Essential Aim Stock Market Guide
Tell me the story
Accountancy, Vol.147 No.1413 May 2011, pp.98-99
Explains what makes a good flotation candidate and how AIM has become a more attractive exchange since the 2008 financial crisis.
A practitioner's guide to the FCA listing regime
Sweet & Maxwell, annual
Practical guide to the eligibility criteria and continuing obligations for listing on the London Stock Exchange. Includes the latest disclosure requirements.
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