On most exchanges, one can list a business by way of an IPO (initial public offer), an Introduction or by way of a RTO (reverse take over). One can also list an asset by any of these three methods and by way of an already listed company making an Acquisition. ACH has done all four methods.
There is a kudos, a certain standing, in listing. Regretfully, many see this as a good reason to list. It is not. In economic terms, listing is a form of disintermediation or the ability to access monies directly from the public as opposed to going through a financial intermediary such as a bank. Given this, it is clear that certain businesses; such as businesses that do not need much monies; or businesses that are not attractive to the public; or businesses who have to pay more to the public than to other intermediaries; or businesses who are unable to meet governance expectations of the public, should remain private.
Please Click herefor the advantages to a listing from an Asian perspective.
Please Click herefor the disadvantages of a listing.
For businesses that can or will benefit from listing, the listing journey can be perilous. It is estimated that more than 50% of all companies that sign listing mandates in Asia, less than half list. The main risks are:
There are companies listed on all exchanges that have languished due to size, distribution policies or their business/business model failing to fire the imagination of investors.
Your auditors unwilling to sign off the proposed pro-forma set of consolidated accounts that we will need to create.
ACH is here to reduce these risks. ACH’s success rate exceeds 90%.
Please Click herefor an outline of why ACH’s success rate is so high.
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