When a company decides to go public, its shares are not directly listed on the stock exchange. First, the company must sell those shares to investors. This previous step is called Initial Public Offering (IPO).
Going public usually represents a turning point in the history of a company, as it brings deep changes in its economic and organizational structure. From the moment a company is listed on a stock exchange, any investor can buy and sell its shares.
Could you imagine having had the opportunity to invest in Google a week before going public? Thanks to Euroffers, what was previously reserved only for professional investors is available to all from now on.