Going through an initial public offering (IPO) will put your company under substantially more scrutiny by regulators and the public (including plaintiff attorneys) than previously.

As part of the IPO process, you will author a prospectus, complete interim filings, issue press releases, participate in stock analyst reports and conduct roadshows for the investment community. These activities will lead to investor expectations, which are not that the stock price will remain at or below its initial issue price, but that its price will rise over time.

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