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IPOs. I. Preparation is the key

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2 Author(s)
S. G. Tepper ; Arnold & Porter, USA ; I. H. Donner

The paper discusses the process of assembling the IPO (initial public offering) team. A successful public offering is a collaborative effort. It is important that the IPO team has knowledge of and experience in the industry of the issuing company or at least in a related industry. If the issuer is a company based outside the US, the team should also know the customs and business practices of the issuer's home country. The paper presents a case study of a software company

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Computer  (Volume:29 ,  Issue: 5 )