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KPMG Seminar: Thinking of Going Public?

kpmgKPMG will be hosting a free seminar tomorrow morning on Going Public.

Location: Westin Prince Hotel, 900 York Mills Road, North York, Ontario (Map)
Time: 8:00am – 11:00am

If your schedule is booked, but you are still interested in receiving a guide on Going Public, register online and a complimentary copy will be mailed to you.

Gain valuable insights from a TSX representative and CFOs who have taken their companies public as they share their outlooks on current market conditions and their experience on the challenges and successes of the going public process. Together with KPMG professionals in audit, tax, and advisory, they will highlight critical matters to be addressed at each stage of the process.

Commencing with a short presentation on listing with the TSX, followed by a panel discussion, this session will help you understand what going public means for your business and the key elements you need to consider, including:

– current market situation,
– how to know when your company is ready,
– the main challenges you can expect in preparing to go public and how to address them,
– critical steps in executing a successful IPO,
– governance, accounting, and tax reporting considerations to be addressed at each stage of the process, and
– what to expect after transition to life as a public company.

This seminar is designed for active audience participation and will provide you the opportunity to ask the questions you want the answers to. Our objective is to help you make a well-informed decision and map out an effective strategy and path to taking your company public. All participants will receive a copy of KPMG’s guide on Going Public.

Don’t you just love the fact that folks are even thinking about going public again? Oh sunny days!

  1. Maybe it's just me, but KPMG seems to promote a corporate culture of average is best. I know a number of people who completed their CAs there. Each one has suggested this. They all say the company does not reward top performers so they all leave while the poor performers are let go. What they are left with is average. Is this the best place to get advice?

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