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We assist companies to list on the OTC and or NASDAQ. We will provide the teams (auditors, accountants, attorneys, brokers, market makers, etc.) to manage the entire listing process of your company from start to finish.
You will be able to raise more funds to expand your business after the successful listing of your company.
WHY GO PUBLIC?
As a publicly listed company (1) you have access to funds worldwide (2) build credibility, better image and brand equity (3) ability to attract more qualified and top talents to your company (4) ability to expand your business due to the perceived image and credibility of a listed company (5) create more jobs for your communities (6) acquire other companies through the stock (7) attract the attention of mutual and hedge funds, market makers and institutional traders (8) reduce the huge burden of having to borrow money from the banks and paying high-interest rates each year.
FROM OTC TO NASDAQ
Our plan is to list your company on the OTC first. Listing on the OTC offers a less stringent and more affordable route as compared to bigger exchanges such as NASDAQ, NYSE, or AMEX. You may opt to list on NASDAQ, NYSE, or AMEX at a later stage once your company has grown significantly and has the means to manage the stricter listing compliance of NASDAQ or NYSE. Once your company is listed on the OTC, we could help you to raise the funds and for you to expand your business towards meeting the requirements to list on NASDAQ within 1 to 3 years from the date of your OTC listing.
WHAT IS OTC?
OTC (Over-the-Counter) markets are primarily used to trade bonds, currencies, derivatives, and structured products. They can also be used to trade shares or equities, such as the OTCQX, OTCQB, OTCBB and OTC Pink marketplaces. Broker-dealers that operate in the OTC markets in the United States are regulated by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
WHY LIST ON THE OTC?
The United States capital markets offer a tremendous opportunity for growth and expansion to start-up companies as well as long-established companies, and especially for international companies that hope to gain access to the International investor capital.
MAJOR COMPANIES ON OTC
There are many well-known companies that started on the OTC before moving to the larger stock exchanges such as NASDAQ and NYSE (New York Stock Exchange): Adidas, Allianz, Danone, Deutsche Bank, Glaxo, Infineon, Nissan, Novartis, Roche, Shiseido, Siemens, Shell, Toyota, Volkswagen, Yamaha.
If your company intends on raising more capital or is looking to provide liquidity to your current shareholders, then listing a company on the over-the-counter market is the way to go. The OTC market attracts investors from across the world. It can raise your company profile and funds at the same time.
WHAT IS THE VALUE OF MY COMPANY
There are many variables to be considered before anyone can derive a valuation. The company profile, track records, industry, current and future market conditions. etc. A simple guide, but certainly not a final one, is based on your current profits and multiply them by 10 to 15. Some companies do achieve a much higher valuation based on their business models, current, future potentials. etc.