Should More Romanian Companies Be Listed On The Stock Exchange?
An increasing number of companies started to list their shares on the Bucharest Stock Exchange, and other markets in the last time. This has proved a very useful way for these firms to raise financing for new investments. Making an Initial Public Offering (IPO) - the technical term for a company listing its shares on the stock exchange - has allowed firms to expand their business, as well as bringing indirect benefits through giving them a higher public profile, which can be a particular boost to a company's image if the shares perform well. Therefore, this research tries to underline the requirements, the main advantages and disadvantages for listing and delisting the firms.
Volume (Year): 1 (2007)
Issue (Month): 7 (April)
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