Capital markets

The Impact of Private Equity Ownership in IPO Underpricing In Europe

Private equity funding serves as a form of certification and confirmation of a company’s intrinsic value for potential investors throughout the process and pricing of an IPO.

tableaux 1 et 2


Revue de l'article

Cet article est extrait de
Banque & Stratégie n°382

ESCP Europe Applied Research Papers 12

Initial Public Offerings are hugely mediatised financial operations in today’s business environment where the equity and ownership of a company in the form of its shares are for the first time offered to public investors, resulting in the company to be quoted on a stock exchange. Going public marks one of the most important and deliberate turning points in the life of a company: the considerably high costs and resources put towards succeeding in this financial operation mean that the motives and goals must be well established.Firstly, an IPO provides access to public equity capital and ...
Lire la suite >>

L'article que vous souhaitez consulter est payant ou réservé à nos abonnés.

Vous êtes abonné.
Merci de vous identifier.

Achetez ce contenu à l'unité

Tarif : 5.00 euros TTC
Banque & Stratégie

Sur le même sujet