How to prepare your business for IPO
May 8, 2018
06:30 PM - 08:30 PM (Asia/Hong_Kong)
Metta, 21/F California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar St, Central, Central
Hong Kong,Hong Kong

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Taking your business IPO is the pinnacle milestone of a business and for the business owners the much sought-after - "Exit" and measure of success to say "I have made it".

But the road to IPO for both the business and their management team is challenging where businesses have to open themselves to a new level of due diligence and management has to show extra transparency.

Co-hosted with TEN, TiE HK and Metta, “How to Prepare your Business for IPO” will offer you invaluable insights on what it takes to have an IPO-ready company.

This event will cover "Inspiring startups to IPO" by Mr. Michael Chan of HK Exchange and Clearing and the journey of Mr. Tony Chan of APE (HK:8400) about his “Road to IPO”, as well as a panel discussion about "The roles of professional parties in IPO", the practical process.

By end of the event, you will have an idea about:

  • what is required to qualify for an IPO in Hong Kong
  • the process to take a company public,
  • the role professional parties that assist on the road to IPO.

 The networking slot will also help you build the right network of contacts.  Particularly TiE HK will take this opportunity to announce its new initiative of TiE IPO club, a networking platform for companies, advisors and professional parties.

 Going for IPO is a dream or a goal?  The difference is what you prepare your business for.

 **This event is FOC to TiE HK, TEN & Mettā Members. 

 ** $100 per person for Non-Members. Limited space available!

  1. ​Metta,
    21/F California Tower, 30-32 D'Aguilar St, Central, Central,
    Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Organiser : TiE HK

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