A company taking part in an IPO is taking a big step because it opens up the possibility of significant capital raising. This increases the company's capacity for development and growth. Additionally, the enhanced transparency and trustworthiness of the share listing may help it get better terms when looking for borrowed money.

An initial public offering (IPO) is the process of selling new shares of a private company to the general public. A corporation can raise money from general public investors through an IPO. Private investors may want to fully realize their investment gains during the transition from a private to a public firm because it frequently involves a share premium for existing shareholders and individual investors. Additionally, it enables public investors to take part in the sale.