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Describe the financing issues that an organization faces when it goes public. Include an example of Fidelity Investments, which has had an initial public offering in the past three years to address the following:

Registration, disclosure and compliance issues

Including power point slides that adhere to Registration, disclosure and compliances.

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IPO is an Initial Public offer to an investor, which means it is the first issue of equities by the company to the general public at large. Among the most popular reasons a company might choose to go public are to: raise capital to expand its business, finance acquisitions, pay debt and have greater and easier access to capital in the future. Thus financing issue is how much to raise the funds from the equity offer. What should be the optimal capital structure in order to minimize the cost of capital?

Fidelity investment is up till now privately held company. ...

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This solution describes the financing issues that an organization faces when it goes public. It includes an example of Fidelity Investments, which has had an initial public offering in the past three years to address the following:

Registration, disclosure and compliance issues

The solution also includes power point slides that adhere to Registration, disclosure and compliances.

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