Initial public offering
An initial public offering (IPO) is when a company (called the issuer) issues common stock or shares to the public for the first time. The most common reason for a company to initiate an IPO is in order to raise more capital.
Hong Kong Stock Exchange listing assistance
The Hong Kong Stock Exchange is the first choice for Mainland Chinese companies seeking a listing on an international overseas market. With zero capital flow restrictions, numerous tax advantages, currency convertibility and the free transferability of securities, Hong Kong offers an attractive market for both issuers and investors alike.
ILS can assist you with providing the right company structure for the listing, close liaison with other professionals to bring an offering to market, ongoing administration and filing requirements and bookkeeping, accounting and VAT services.
London Stock Exchange listing assistance
AIM was launched in 1995 in London and has since established itself as the international growth market choice for companies and investors. It is becoming recognised for its capital-raising opportunities particularly to young international companies and is attractive due to its offer of a flexible way of entry to life on a public market. A steady stream of UK and international companies register every year. Many of these have used offshore financial centres to bring companies to market and the Isle of Man is proving to be one of the most popular jurisdictions for doing so.
ILS can offer a number of services to assist with company listings, including:
- The right company structure for the listing
- The registered agent
- Close liaison with other professionals to bring an offering to the market
- Ongoing administration and filing requirements
- Bookkeeping, accounting and VAT services