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  Contrary to widely held opinion, going public by means of a reverse takeover of an existing reporting issuer (or “shell” company) is the most common avenue for accessing the capital markets today – significantly ahead of the Initial Public Offering (IPO) route. There are several reasons for this. Not least of them is the[...]
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The reasons for taking a company public can be as varied as the reasons for starting the company in the first place, and will be different depending on the person who owns the enterprise. Some business owners want to benefit from the additional prestige that a public listing will mean for their company and its[...]
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By David Danziger, MSCM LLP and Jeffrey Stanger, ITB Solutions For companies in Canada that are considering the transition from private to publicly traded status in the near or medium term future, it is important to think about your audit requirements – not only going forward, but right now. What is a CPAB Registered Auditor?[...]
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How often have you been asked for further information from a potential investor in your company? It happens frequently and the information you send should be of high quality and be the right message at the right time. After all, chances are you’re not going to be there when it’s being read – so the[...]
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Especially during market crashes and economic downturns By Jeffrey Stanger, ITB Solutions One thing I can’t stand is waiting at an airport for my delayed flight with no information or any announced reason for the delay.  Returning from my last trip to the U.S., after arriving and checking in at the airport I was informed[...]
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Many newly listed companies do not start their IR program until it’s too late, don’t be one of them. By Jeffrey Stanger, ITB Solutions Incorporated Waiting until your company is public before structuring your Investor Relations Program is a mistake too many executives make.  Many companies get caught up in the excitement of going public[...]
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