Initial Public Offers

Generally, initial public offers make sense only if the company to be listed on the stock exchange is attractive for the capital market. What is widely unknown is that this can also be the case with smaller and medium-sized companies. It is important that the company to be listed on the stock exchange chooses the right stock market segment. For smaller and medium-sized companies the Open Market in particular could be an option. The numerous regional stock exchanges to some extent offer exceptionally good conditions for particular sectors or particular financial instruments. The company planning an Initial Public Offer should therefore focus on a strategy about the “if” and “how” of an IPO which is individually tailored to the company.

The law firm mzs lawyers took part in many IPOs in the Open Market and therefore has the necessary experience to comprehensively counsel companies on an intended IPO.