| Tuesday, September 16, 2008 - 08:39 am |
you are not "over due," their is no requirement to create a public offering.
IPO's are an advanced step, that i do recommend taking. Mastering them can be confusing, but the haze clears quickly, and can be used to your advantage.
first of, jinson xu is correct, IPO does not offer the corperation any advantage, (itself,) until the controller owns less than 25% of the shares, (24.99 will do the trick,) at which point, it allows the corp to upgrade to 250 quality/effect, if you sell a state corp to ceo, (ceo 51%, state 49%) it will allow it to go from 200 to 225, however, IPOing a state corp down to 24%, while retaining state control will still allow the 250% upgrade... although their isn't much point to the last part
the way and IPO is used, is how it works to your advantage. their are quite a few things you can do with it
(sub point, you don't have to create new shares with an IPO, just sell excisting shares, it works better,)
You can sell 100% of the shares to your ceo, and turn a state corp into a private corp, this is a work around to both the 750 rule, and the rule of 12
You can sell 24% control to your ceo, and sell the rest you need to drop shares (from your country,) into your other ceo, and into investment founds of your other countries, this is a work around to the rule of 12.
their are atleast 2 more rule work arounds for IPO's that i know of, and they are my secrets... but i doubt that it wouldn't be that hard to figure it out...
a fully upgraded public corp, at 250 quality, will be atleast 10% more profitable... just make sure you are in control of it, i mean as far as its location, and who is getting paid...
hope this isn't to much