Frequently Asked Questions About IPOs
An IPO is also referred to as a Public Offering. When a company initiates the IPO process, a very specific set of events occurs. The chosen Underwriters facilitate all of these steps.
- An external IPO team is formed, consisting of an underwriter, lawyers, certified public accountants (CPAs) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) experts.
- Information regarding the company is compiled, including financial performance and expected future operations. This becomes part of the company prospectus, which is circulated for review.
- The financial statements are submitted for official audit.
- The company files its prospectus with the SEC and sets a date for the offering.
The Investor Score is an internal score at ClickIPO that works like a FICO score. Holding shares for 30 days or more and participating in multiple offerings increases your investor score which increases your allocations.
Click IPO will notify you immediately and give you a short period of time, 60-90 minutes to place an order. If you recieve any shares, they will be allocated to you, and appear in your account before the market opens the next morning.