IPO ad hoc announcements – Keeping an eye on IPO reporting obligations
Announcing the intention for an IPO is followed by extensive publication and reporting obligations throughout the IPO process and following the successful listing of the stock on the stock market. This includes the publication of so-called ad hoc announcements. Under Article 17 of the Market Abuse Regulation (MAR), an enterprise must immediately publish an internal situation if it could significantly influence the performance of the share price. It is necessary to clarify in advance whether and when internal information is required to publish. Companies maintain close contact with their lawyers to ensure this.
Disclosure obligations according to the Market Abuse Regulation
Besides much publication of corporate news on the IPO process and the launch of the issuance offer, ad hoc issues may arise during the IPO process, leading to the publication of an ad hoc announcement. This is the case, for example, if the placement price of the shares offered as part of your IPO is fixed at a specific price. In addition, all financial instruments covered by the MAR are impacted by ad hoc disclosure obligations.
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