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Go Public

Maybe its time to list your company on the Stock Market and Go Public!

Listing your company on the Stock Market for the first time is called an Initial Public Offering or IPO – often also referred to as ‘Floating the company’ or simply a ‘flotation’. It means that anyone can purchase your shares and trade them through the stock market. It can raise valuable cash and works as an ideal exit strategy to settle funding arrangements. If you are the sole shareholder or there are few shareholders, floating and can be an ideal way to start to plan your retirement or exit from the business with a strategic plan.
There are of course advantages and disadvantages to floating your company on the market. IntaCapital Swiss can offer you the right advice and ensure that you appoint the right people to make your IPO successful, regardless of where your company is based. Bespoke IPO funding solutions are also available.

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak:

In light of the outbreak of the Coronavirus, we wish to assure all our clients and potential customers that we remain open for business as usual.

Given the travel restrictions being imposed against certain nations and restricted travel to and from Switzerland, we have implemented permissions from our sources and provider groups to conduct meetings over video links and to exchange legal documents via DHL and email. This process will remain in place during the travel restrictions and we would like to assure all existing clients, customers and new applicants that they should not experience any significant delays during this time.

Whilst Switzerland has now entered the removal stage of the lockdown procedure, we are deeply understating that many other countries are not yet at that position to do the same. As a result, we have implemented existing Swiss procedures to undertake our interviews, underwriting and identification procedures online - as many other dynamic Swiss Banks have been using for the last few years.

We are now adopting a remote underwriting mode.
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