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What's it Like to IPO?

Life on the public markets is no easy ride.

Joshua Tearney speaks to Tom BeedhamJohn Millar,  Glen MorenoVanda MurrayIan Stone and Mike Tye to find out how management teams should prepare for a successful flotation.


 
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Joshua Tearney
Account Director, Advisory Practice
Criticaleye





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