The process of preparing for an initial public offering involves a lot of work, but many of the measures required for the initial public offering create decisive competitive advantages for the company. These include the review and fine-tuning of the corporate strategy, the optimization of planning and reporting systems in the company, and the systematic clarification of risks.

When the company is generally ready for a public offering – which includes, above all, being able to meet the relevant reporting and disclosure obligations of an exchange listing – it should be possible to complete the actual IPO process within a period of six months.

Henriette Lininger

Head of Issuers & Market Data Sales

henriette.lininger@wienerborse.at
T +43 1 531 65-156

Henriette Lininger