When a company goes public, the previously owned private share ownership converts to public ownership, and the existing private shareholders’ shares become worth the public trading price. Typically, if you are a private investor, you will either have the option to sell all of your shares at the underwritten public trading price, or to keep your previous shares as new public shares.

No two public listings are the same, so you will be guided through any transaction by our team, with all information shared on a case by case basis.

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