Going Public: Key Points

For companies considering going public, making the right critical decisions can mean the difference between ringing the opening bell and experiencing costly delays or even failing to launch. Even newly public companies can experience challenges in the early stages of their journey. Properly preparing for external scrutiny and increased regulatory oversight is a process that can take a year or even two or three years, which is why preparing early is a must. 

In recent five-part series, Weaver professionals and other industry leaders discussed what to expect and walked participants through the process of building a publicly fit infrastructure. You will find some of the key points from each session here. 

Phil Ilgenstein

Phil Ilgenstein

Partner, Assurance Services and Public Company Practice Leader


Phil Ilgenstein, CPA, has more than 15 years of experience providing audit and assurance services for a wide variety…

Learn More