Why list your company in Europe or Hong Kong instead of the USA?
If you’ve decided you’d like to take your company public, but don’t know which stock exchange to choose, Start-up Investment advisors can help. The US has compliance costs associated with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act passed in 2002, which regulates how businesses run. The results of this act for businesses in the US are that detailed financial records may be audited by the government and the penalties are high for alleged corporate misconduct. This is one of the reasons the European and Hong Kong markets have become more attractive to businesses hoping to go public.
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