Why do most companies want to be listed on Stock Exchanges?
Created on 11 Sep 2022
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Updated on 12 Sep 2023
Why do most companies want to be listed? Google says, “to raise funds,” and so would a regular retail investor. If only the poor investors knew what they do. 🤷♀️
Today, any VC can provide you with funds that you intend to raise from the public. Which is why, it would make no sense to get under the scrutiny of SEBI and exchanges by going public. Moreover, the cost of getting listed in India is somewhere around ₹8-10 crore! Now, although some companies benefit from free PR and market visibility through IPO, the more dominant reason is something else.
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