Natixis supports tech companies in the IPO process

Natixis organized a conference on the IPO process for innovative tech companies on December 11, welcoming around fifty participants to this event aimed at promoting and facilitating financial market access for small and mid caps.

“This presentation was part of our broader TechShare program with Euronext, and we are delighted to partner this initiative for the fourth year in a row, fitting with our wider strategy to support growth companies in various tech segments” notes Eric Arnould, Global Head of Equity Capital Markets.”

How does it work to launch an IPO?

A significant amount of time and preparation is needed for a successful launch of an IPO. Pre-IPO planning typically takes place 5-6 months before the IPO launch, this preparation includes structuring the company as well as organising the corporate fundraising. During this process corporate awareness is developed, helping increase visibility to potential investors.

During the IPO process itself, due diligence and documentation workstreams are conducted, followed by analyst presentations and pre-marketing phase, whilst the bookbuilding, pricing and allocations occur at the end. Post-IPO, investor relations are strengthened and regular market updates in conjunction with periodic roadshows help maintain constructive information flows.