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Podcast: Indonesian unicorn and decacorn companies – going public

The decision to go public is a significant milestone in the development of a company, which has the potential to offer exciting new opportunities and propel the company to a new level. 

This week’s episode of G&R Airtime analyses the start-up scene in Indonesia and discusses the pathway to an initial public offering (IPO) for unicorn and decacorn companies. We explain:

  • The current landscape for start-ups in Indonesia;
  • The potential benefits of an IPO for unicorn and decacorn companies (and their shareholders);
  • Some of the key considerations that should be taken into account when deciding whether to pursue an IPO;
  • What key stakeholders can do prior to an IPO to protect their rights;
  • What is meant by a “dual class share structure” and the legal implications of adopting such a structure before conducting an IPO; and
  • Our views about what could be done to improve the IPO process in relation to the Indonesia Stock Exchange.

This episode is delivered in Bahasa Indonesia/English.

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