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Public Listing in Singapore

Why, what and how?


Turning an enterprise into a publicly traded company through an Initial Public Offering (IPO) is a significant milestone for your company. Private companies in Singapore choose to go public for many reasons such as raising of additional capital, enhancing the status and financial standing of the company, increasing public awareness and public interest in the company and its products.

For all the glamour associated with going public, the fact remains that the decision to do so should be based on hard business realities. Some factors to consider are the timing and costs associated with listing, both of which will depend on the complexity of corporate structure, nature of business activities, size of the new issue and the time costs spent by the professional parties on the listing exercise.

You can leverage on our IPO experience, expertise and track records to assist you on your IPO journey from a private company to a successful public company in Singapore.

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