Reverse Merger

Good potential? This may be the instrument for you

A “Reverse Merger” an exceptional instrument for taking companies with good potential public and thus creating a useful
instrument for new capitalization for these companies.

media A “reverse merger” is a method by which a private company goes public. In a reverse merger, a private company merges with a public company with preferably some assets and liabilities. The publicly traded corporation is called a “public shell” since all that exists is its corporate structure. By merging into such an entity, a private company becomes public immediately.

While the “turn around” of the market during the last twelve months may be good news for recovering share values, there is currently (and will not be for a while) no market for small IPO’s. This makes the “Reverse Merger” an exceptional instrument for taking companies with good potential public and thus creating a useful instrument for new capitalization for these companies.

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