Ticker 112: How to get IPOs right in 2020

Mar 02, 2020
'Investors want to see a pathway to profitability'

This episode of The Ticker podcast comes to you from the Citadel Securities trading post on the floor of the NYSE. 

IR Magazine's Jeff Cossette talks with Patricia Graue, director at Brunswick, about the state of the IPO market in 2020 and what companies need to do to achieve investor backing for a public listing.

Listen to the podcast recording below >

In this podcast, you’ll hear about: 
* How the IPO market became more cautious in 2019
* The tension between expectations in private and public markets  
* How concerns over profitability and the global economy are weighing on 2020 IPOs

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