Flotation on the Warsaw Stock Exchange is an opportunity for a company to raise capital and reach above-average growth rates. It also helps realise planned investments and divestment through the capital market.
Grant Thornton as a financial adviser in the WSE IPO process presents to the client the principles governing the capital market, and also guides them through the entire process leading up to the initial public offering in a clear and organised manner. Our experts coordinate the works of the other entities involved in the IPO process, including the law firm, auditor, brokerage house, PR/IR agency. Thanks to our experience and in-depth knowledge of capital markets, we are successful in obtaining financing for the client’s business.
We start by restructuring, if necessary, and adapting the client’s accounting system to the requirements of the public market, so that it can be comprehensible and transparent to potential investors. We then perform business valuation, estimating the value of the business, and obtain financial resources for the company within an agreed timeframe.
Grant Thornton draws up the necessary documents related to the IPO, organises the road show for investors and coordinates negotiations concerning the involvement of individual investors in the client’s company. We also provide assistance with all the formal and organisational activities connected with the company’s IPO in the capital market.
WSE IPO comprises the following stages:
- Development of the project execution strategy
- Restructuring, if needed, and company valuation
- Drawing up tender documents
- Road show and negotiations with investors
- Representing the issuer vis-à-vis capital market bodies
- Training and preparing the issuer for the flotation
- WSE IPO
As a result of involving Grant Thornton financial advisers, your business enters the capital market, professionally prepared and trained to succeed there.
Cooperation with Grant Thornton means that you minimise the risk of failing to attract institutional investors and raising insufficient investment funds.
To find out more about the service, please contact our advisers.