The initial public offering (IPO) process involves a lot of work, but the measures required help to create important competitive advantages for the company. These advantages include a review and refinement of the corporate strategy, the optimisation of planning and reporting systems as well as the systematic identification of risks. Once the fundamental decision has been reached, the initial public offering breaks down into the following phases:

The preparatory phase
The implementation phase
The placement phase

Once all the conditions are met, it is generally possible to complete the IPO process within a period of six months.

DI Herbert Ortner, CEO, Palfinger AG

“The success story of Palfinger AG in the past few years is closely related to the initial public offering and would not have been possible without a listing on the Vienna Stock Exchange.”
Herbert Ortner, CEO, Palfinger AG

Henriette Lininger

Head of Issuers & Market Data Sales

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

Henriette Lininger

Details on the Initial Public Offering Process