Going Public: A Guide for European Companies

Taking a company through a public offering on the U.S. securities markets is a major undertaking. This guide will help you understand what may be required from your company in dealing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, other U.S. regulators, investors, and securities analysts.

"Going Public: A Guide for European Companies to Listing on the U.S. Securities Markets" brings valuable perspectives from key organizations involved in the process of making a public offering. This guide clarifies the steps involved in listing on the U.S. markets and the roles of the organizations most closely involved in the listing process. It provides general information, including illustrative timetables to explain the various stages of listing. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for specific legal or financial advice.

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