Frankfurt IPO Costs

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  1. Carine_23

    Carine_23 New Member Original Member

    Feb 7, 2011
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    1's fee includes the following services:

    *Assistance in drafting and coordinating a schedule and timeline with everyone involved
    *Due diligence evaluations for the preparation of a prospectus
    *Drafting a securities prospectus for admission to trading on the stock market (where necessary)
    *Preparation of all other documents required for admission to trading and commencement of trading on the regulated market
    *Applying to have your shares admitted to collective custody accounts
    *Joint presentation of the application for the listing of new shares
    *Liaison with the stock exchange
    *Drafting and coordinating publication of any mandatory announcements
    *Application for the start of trading on the stock market

    Shares to be listed
    Up to 100% of the owners’ shares will be “registered” and become free trading and listed on the
    Exchange, but these shares may be subject to a “lock up” agreement for a determined period of time to permit the financing to take place first.

    Company Valuation
    A company can expect a substantially higher public market valuation than would be attributed to it as a private concern. For example, private companies are typically valued at a multiple of 3 to 5 times EBIT, whereas this same company, in a public market with liquidity of its stock, would have a valuation of 15 to 20 or more times EBIT. And even development stage companies with no revenue or profits often have very high valuations as public companies.