Initial Public Offering (IPO)

When an unlisted company intends to go public on a stock exchange (IPO) for the first time, there are a wide range of matters that must be implemented, including the formulation of business plans, budget performance management, the establishment of internal management systems such as regulations, and the establishment of a corporate information disclosure (IR) system for investors.

Normally, when the period for applying for listing is set to the N period, the stages are divided into N-1 and N-2 periods, and preparations are made by calculating backwards, but we provide support for the issues at each stage.

IPO stage, main implementation items, and support items of our corporation (examples)

IPO Diagram Flow

* We do not undertake IPO audits (quasi-financial instruments and commercial law audits).
* We also support referral to audit firms, securities companies, and printing companies.


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