Eligibility Check - IPO & Corporate Bonds
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Eligibility Check - IPO & Corporate Bonds


IR CONSULT checks your Flotation or Corporate Bond Eligibility and supports your IPO

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Many thanks for visiting our homepage.

We, IR CONSULT, have during many years (since 1994) of consulting activity in the field of investor relations and IPOs ascertained that, on the one hand, there is a great interest in the subject of stock market flotation (going public or IPO) but, on the other hand, only a restricted amount of detailed information available on this highly specialized area. It is for this reason that we have published these pages in addition to our homepage (www.ir-consult.de). They are intended to provide you with an initial overview of the complexity of an IPO and invite you to contact us with any further questions you may have.

Apart from a number of fundamental thoughts relevant to the equity funding of a company, we would also like to explain to you the reasons for and benefits of an IPO or a corporate bond.

We then go on to describe the process of going public in 7 detailed steps. The 1st step, the flotation eligibility check, should be executed thoroughly at the very outset prior to the IPO and, as such, before any significant costs are incurred.

Next we highlight how IPO consulting via IR CONSULT can offer you key benefits in terms of realization opportunities, effective execution and cost savings.

In conclusion, we would like to advise you to already make preparations during the IPO for the subsequent investor & creditor relations phase to ensure that no information and contact gap opens up following the initial listing.

IR CONSULT, as well-established specialist for fundamental IPO consulting with outstanding references, would be pleased to help you meet all your IPO goals.

Contact us at any time to discuss personally your specific case and intentions.
Our phone number is +49 - 6002 - 92042 and our e-mail address: post@ir-consult.de.

Sincerely yours Alexander Vollet

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