Fiscal clarity helps IPO process

Author: | Published: 30 Oct 2017

Increased tax transparency obligations on private companies may actually make it easier to be IPO ready

In advising companies on the benefits and challenges of being a public company, advisers will need to point to a listed company's obligations under a variety of laws and regulations. For a company seeking admission to trading on a regulated market in the EU, this will include the Transparency Directive, the Market Abuse Regulation and the listing rules of the relevant market. The process involves the company getting to grips with a new set of reporting obligations and accepting the need to make public an array of information not previously required to be disclosed. For companies considering a listing in London, this will include reporting obligations in relation to related party and significant transactions, share dealings and financial information....



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