8761 The Esplanade, Suite 30 Orlando, FL 32836
We serve corporations and institutions with strategic advice and solutions, including capital raising, risk management and trade finance services.
AC Sunshine leverage unique geographic roots in Asia Pacific and North America, as well as our hybrid institutional and retail positions, to serve small and mid-sized public and private companies through our Investment Banking and Corporate Finance Groups, providing a variety of services including M&A capital markets advisory, valuation and fairness opinion advisory, private placements, and initial and secondary public offerings.
Our team takes a fundamentally value-driven approach that sets us apart from many of our transaction-focused peers. As generalists, we focus on identifying growth companies with innovative, exciting and emerging characteristics, providing them with long-term strategic advisory services and unique access to global capital. Our banking team is experienced and adept at handling heavy workloads, and prides itself on staying ahead of the curve. Driven by capital, innovation and sound market execution, we believe that companies and investors can create value together.
Experienced in Investment Banking or Underwriting
Solid skills in valuation, modeling and forecasting
Knowledge of regulations covering securities and M&As
Executing a successful IPO is the culmination of a long, complex process.From strategy, accounting, reporting, financial systems, governance, media and investor relations, to financial and financial risk management, legal, tax, human resources, and technology, every piece of the puzzle must be in place and connected before you proceed, and each market has its own rules and its own regulatory environment and risks. That's why it's so important to work with an independent advisor who has the resources and experience to help you execute your IPO in any market.
Your IPO does not mean the end of everything; Rather it is the beginning. Once you go public, your company will be subject to more public scrutiny than ever before, with a much broader range of stockholders and a much larger portfolio of risks and obligations to manage. Any weakness in the system or failure to comply with regulations can lead to a loss of investor confidence, not to mention reputational damage and the potential for significant corporate and personal monetary losses. Luckily, you are not alone.
Being a listed company needs careful planning, the actual IPO and post-IPO maintenance in order to satisfy the ongoing expectation of your investors.
Set a realistic IPO timeline
Getting IPO ready and Executing
Pre-IPO fund raising
Investor relations and public relations
Company’s IPO valuation
Prospectus or offering memorandum, and Management Discussion and Analysis
Optimize offering structure (including tax issues).
Regulate your financial statements.
Resolving issues raised by regulators.
Due diligence and comfort letters.
Investor relations and Public relations.
Manage the reporting and other regulatory requirements.
Communicating with investors, analysts and the financial media.
Manage rounds of secondary fundraising.
Support the capital markets aspects of M&A activities.
Market Value Management.
debt securities issued by which are domiciled in the United States or any State which are not individuals or governmental entities.
Security of the Company that is listed or approved for listing on a national securities exchange or traded in the over-the-counter (“OTC”) market.
Securities issued or directly and fully guaranteed or insured by the United States or any agency or instrumentality thereof.
A mutual fund is made up of a pool of securities managed by an investment management firm. Often categorized by how the fees are charged.
Pooled investment vehicles that invest in income producing real property or related loans or interests listed, traded or dealt in on Regulated Markets.
A vehicle used by individuals or organizations to minimize or decrease their taxable incomes and, therefore, tax liabilities.