This programme is designed to enable participants to become proficient in their understanding of the IPO process. It covers a broad spectrum of topics which are designed to ensure that participants are equipped with the financial skills-set necessary to understand how IPOs are arranged, managed, priced and distributed.
The course features:
•Strategic considerations; flotation or sell
•The due diligence process
•Corporate restructuring steps pre-IPO
•Selecting the right exchange for the floatation
•Multiple based valuation methodologies
•Marketing the IPO
•Investor strategies in an IPO
•New developments in IPO business
Who Should Attend:
The course provides participants with a working knowledge of the principles and practices of the launch of companies on an exchange by means of IPO. It ensures that participants acquire a sufficiently thorough understanding of the subject. The course should appeal to executives and managers; professionals in all functions; investment and commercial bankers; equity and fixed income investment managers; investment and analysts; credit analysts and credit controllers; treasury managers and staff; lawyers and newly-qualified accountants; company brokers and advisers.