IPO Readiness

Avoid the mishaps that trip up many IPOs. Turn to finance pros who will guide the way, with a clear roadmap and all the essentials for a successful, valuable offering.

Pain Points:

  • Companies often don’t realize the full amount of effort and complexity involved
  • It’s an all-consuming process that puts a strain on existing skill sets and bandwidth
  • The pressure is on for timely, accurate financial data—or your valuation will suffer
  • Companies need to be ready to pivot if other opportunities arise during the process
  • Existing systems may not be able to carry the company to the next step

Solution:

  • Assess the readiness of the finance team to support the IPO process
  • Evaluate the financial data you have, identify any gaps and how to address them
  • Look under the financial systems hood—can it handle what’s ahead?
  • Bring in IPO aces who know your industry and what needs to get done
  • View the IPO as more than a one-time event—prep for life as a public company

Benefits:

  • IPO readiness roadmap with clear direction, including timeline and key deliverables
  • Full prep for SEC and investor scrutiny ahead
  • A bridged gap between in-house talent and needed IPO expertise
  • Timely, accurate ad-hoc reports that show the company can act as a public company
  • A plan built with agility in case IPO plans take a detour with a promising M&A deal


“RoseRyan provided valuable SEC reporting insights throughout our IPO process. As a result, we were able to keep to our filing schedule and received minimal SEC comments.”

James D. FayVP & CFO, NeoPhotonics Corp

The IPO journey: 6 potential obstacles to avoid

In this insightful paper, RoseRyan CEO Kathy Ryan reveals 6 commonly overlooked areas that can trip up leaders of fast-moving companies as they travel on their IPO journey.

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