International and US IPO Planning: A Business Strategy Guide
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1 Pros and Cons of a U.S. IPO.
PART ONE: ADVANCE IPO PLANNING.
2 Develop an Impressive Management and Professional Team.
3 Grow the Company’s Business with an Eye to the Public Marketplace.
4 Obtain Audited or Auditable Financial Statements Using IPO-Acceptable Accounting Principles.
5 Cleaning Up the Company’s Act.
6 Establish Antitakeover Defenses.
7 Develop Good Corporate Governance.
8 Create Insider Bail-Out Opportunities and Take Advantage of IPO Windows.
PART TWO: INTERNATIONAL IPOS.
9 Structuring an International IPO.
10 U.S. Income Tax Considerations in Establishing or Migrating a Corporation Offshore (Joseph T. Gulant, Esq.)
PART THREE: TRADITIONAL AND NONTRADITIONAL IPOS IN THE UNITED STATES.
11 Traditional U.S. IPOs.
12 Reverse Mergers into Public Shells (Jane K. Storero, Esq.).
13 Using a SPAC to Go Public (Brad L. Shiffman, Esq.).
14 Regulation A: $5 Million Offering.
15 SCOR: $1 Million Do-It-Yourself Registered Offering.
Appendix A List of International Stock Exchange Web Sites.
Appendix B Responses of International Exchanges to IPO Survey.