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What is a Public Offering?
Businesses usually go public to raise significant capital in exchange for equity securities in the company. The first time a company’s shares are offered to the public is called, the initial public offering (IPO). Subsequent offerings are simply, public offerings.
The IPO process can be very complicated. There are rules that must be followed as you take the required steps along the path. These include a history of record keeping and accounting statements, interviewing and choosing underwriters, filing a prospectus with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), and preparation for selling and promotion.
Each of these steps can be daunting, especially in light of the fact that you’ll have to jump through all these hoops while launching and managing your business. We understand, because our initial public offering lawyers have been in your shoes, not only as attorneys, but as business people.
Our South Florida based Business Law Attorneys serve clients in Palm Beach County, Broward County, Miami Dade County, and throughout Florida.
If you’re interest in learning more about raising money for your company, please contact us.
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