For Technology Startups, Taking a Potentially Faster Path to Going Public Doesn’t Mean Skipping Critical Steps
A new trading platform, the Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE), could provide an interesting alternative for emerging tech companies that aren’t keen to list — yet — on a traditional stock exchange, such as the Nasdaq Stock Market or the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). While the LTSE could provide a faster, less cumbersome and less costly path to going public, it won’t make it any easier for a business to be a public company.
In this article, Protiviti Managing Directors Gordon Tucker and Chris Wright explore the pros and cons of listing on the LTSE and outline tips and insights on how to prepare for an IPO.
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