Initial public offering (IPO) is the listing (issuance) of a first issue of an ordinary stock on a stock market. The most important goal of the IPO is to raise additional equity for the enterprise - to finance projects, to expand operations, to reduce the share of attracted capital, to improve the image and reliance of the firm. In case of the initial public offering, the company lists a new issue of shares and each subsequent issue is already a Secondary Public Offering. Offering already issued shares on the stock market for the first time is also a Second Supply.
“Varchev Finance” emphasizes the comparative analysis of the cost of own and borrowed capital, subsequent forecasts for the development of secondary trade.
Before making the initial offering, a rigorous analysis and study of the fair price and specific conditions of the issue, that would be attractive to investors and fully satisfy the issuer, are required.
Varchev Finance Ltd is registered in the FCA (FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY) with a passport in the United Kingdom: FCA, United Kingdom - registration number: 494 045, which allows provision of financial services in the United Kingdom.
Varchev Finance Ltd strictly comply with the statutes of the European directive MiFID (Markets in Financial Instruments). targeting increased efficiency, transparency and uniformity of financial instruments.
Varchev Finance Ltd is authorized and regulated by the Financial Supervision Commission - Sofia, Bulgaria: License number RG-03-02-05 / 15.03.2006
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