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What is an IPO?

An IPO is the process by which a private company publicly trades its shares on a stock exchange, known as “going public.” An IPO is the first opportunity to invest in a company’s ownership unit and acquire shareholders’ equity.

Public stock offerings allow companies to raise money from the public rather than relying on private capital, greatly expanding the pool of capital that can be used to pay down debt, fund business plans and enhance the company’s image.

Financial requirements of listed enterprises

  1. Financial situation of the listed company: net profit of more than 30 million yuan in the last three accounting years;
  2. The total amount of shares before the issue shall be no more than 30 million;
  3. There is no compensation surplus in the latest period;
  4. The ratio of assets in the latest period to net assets is more than 20%;
  5. The cumulative cash flow of operating activities in the latest 3 fiscal years is no more than 50 million yuan, or the operating expenses in the latest 3 fiscal years are more than 300 million yuan;
  6. Listed enterprises are secondary to raise funds, but before the raised funds must be formulated strict use of funds, so the focus is to strictly check whether the enterprise can have the listing conditions;

The regulations surrounding listed companies also require them to disclose all relevant financial information, an analysis of their strengths, weaknesses, and future opportunities and challenges. The information is disclosed in quarterly or annual financial statements.

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