The road to an initial public offering (IPO) can be both expensive and time-consuming, requiring significant changes to a company. In addition, this shift also requires managers of private companies to bring their companies into compliance with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations or risk censure. Written by renowned accounting expert Steven Bragg, Running a Public Company: From IPO to SEC Reporting shortens the learning curve dramatically by itemizing the key steps in the process of going public, handling investors, and dealing with the SEC.
Describing special accounting standards that only apply to public companies, this invaluable guide demystifies the process, reassuringly answering a multitude of questions managers may have, including:
Running a Public Company: From IPO to SEC Reporting is the ideal sourcebook for the mechanics of how to go public and stay there, while complying with all applicable regulations.