Is timing everything for a successful Canada public offering?
Private company IPOs in Canada
To maximize the chances of initial public offering (IPO) success, focus on factors you can control. Scaling the company to meet public market demands could pay off more than trying to time the market.
An IPO is a major inflection point in the life of a growing, privately held business. While taking a company public in Canada markets is a complex and challenging process, the benefits often outweigh the downsides for many private company owners and executives.
Canadian companies are going public at an astounding pace, raising $2.9-billion from 16 initial public offerings in the first half of the year, and experts say investors are hungry for more IPOs than corporations are willing to provide.