Finding a US auditor for a company going public on the OTC Markets and List of Auditors on the OTC

The auditor you use within the US Markets effects drastically not only the success of filing an S1, but also for maintaining your Qs and Ks.

Having an effective auditor is important for:

– Filing on time and replying quickly to comments during the S1 review process
– Filing the Qs and Ks, of which some auditors will hold out for long periods of time which could jeopardize your listing
– Ensuring the ongoing integrity of the company to investors, the SEC, and yourselves
– Ensuring your company gets listed due to their reputation as a professional and experience of working with existing OTC Listings

Everyone in the public markets have been held at ransom by auditors at least once in their career, and this is a horrible experience. Usually in the final hours of having to file a document they demand additional payments and expenses, and often this happens when the other go public pro’s are long out of the scene. Choosing the right Auditor who is ethical and maintains a consistent standard of work and care for your firm means a lot.

At OTC Listings, we keep an active list and database of all the Auditors within the United States to go public by listing on the NASDAQ, OTC, or NYSE. This database has a list of the best priced, the fastest working, the most ethical, and quality auditors with good reputations. If you are going public, you need this kind of guidance. Most of our clients have saved over 50% of what our competitors charge to assist firms to go public because of this database, and our US Securities Lawyer database that ensures we have the best team working for you when you go public.

For more information contact info@otclistings.com

Finding a Market Maker for an OTC Market listing or list of market makers in the US

If you are looking for a list of market makers or a market maker for an OTC Listing, than you are likely trying to file a Form 15c211 to go public on the OTC Markets.

Finding the right market maker within the US is key, as the costs can vary from $5,000 to $25,000 for due diligence, which could drastically increase your costs of going public.

Within the US, its actually not legal for market makers to charge for taking you on as a client, but there are always ways to charge fees, and if you want to file, you do have to pay some kind of fee to the market maker. If it is not directly, then it is by hiring their transfer agent, their filing firm, their due diligence.

Many Go Public experts unfortunately use market makers that are generally cheap but also have a poor reputation. This can limit your ability to deposit stock or get the company trading. The Market Makers reputation is very important.

At www.otclistings.com we keep an active list and database of all market makers and the most reputable market makers with the peripheral costs. Contact info@otclistings.com

As part of a transparent service offering, OTC Listings helps you to go public on the OTC Markets by co-ordinating the Securities Lawyer for the Form S1 filing, the 15c211, Market Maker, Edgar filings, Q’s/K’s, Auditor, DTC, OTC Markets, DWAC, clearing, and deposit of OTC and Pinksheet shares. We have kept clients total going public costs as low as $35,000.

If you are going public, and this is why you are looking for a market maker, you should contact us at info@stockexchangelistings.com

Finding the Right Lawyer for an S1 for an OTC Market Listing

An S1 registration and S1 form is a prospectus like document and requires the opinion of a Lawyer to file with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Many companies who are attempting to go public on their own or take their company public as a do it yourself project often have 8-10 rounds of comments from the SEC based on the way they wrote the S1 versus the way a Lawyer writes it. I highly recommend that if you are going to get a Lawyer to give their S1 opinion, they should draft your S1 for you.

There are a lot of “template” like services who take similar S1s from your industry and attempt to file this as your business with various risks and disclosures. For the most part, these are often companies that claim to do all of your edgar filings, forms, and legal work for you, but generally are no better than if you took the time to draft it yourself as you end up with the same number of comments in the review period.

The best way is to choose the right Lawyer for an S1 to draft it and give their opinion. S1 lawyers and US Securities Lawyers generally should be engaged directly. Many of the fly by night go public experts and go public pro’s often claim to use their inhouse Lawyer, and ask for you to deposit the funds with them to pay the legal fees. This doesn’t guarantee that you will get the professional legal help they claim to sell, often you end up taking months longer before they drafted the documents and not the Lawyer, as a way for them to skim extra profits for themselves instead of paying the full legal fees that it would cost if the Lawyer did write it.

The Form S1 document is more than just a form, it requires audit sign-offs, legal opinions, management declarations, and therefore, it is a legally binding commitment to the securities and exchange commission when submitted. All information on the form needs to be verified as true for your own good, and should be drafted by a Lawyer who understands your liabilities and is there to protect you versus trying to list you quickly and possibly face the consequences of future issues rendering your company listing as unusable.

As an expert team of professionals who take companies public, we have decided to change our pricing model this year to show the transparency our organization promotes. For $10,000 we assist the company in going public, we draft business plans, due diligence materials and work hand in hand with the Lawyers. As a firm, you engage directly the Law Firm we recommend, who has a duty to be loyal to you as their client. In addition, we co-ordinate the Auditor, Filings, Transfer Agent, Market Maker, DTC, OTC Market payments, and all related providers to OTC Listings

Our recent clients have managed to file in just 2 months and list in 4 months for a total cost of $35,000. Not all clients projects are the same, but the average cost of listing including the fees to OTC Markets are $45,000 to $50,000.

If you are going to build a public company, you need a team to work with, doing it yourself or relying on service providers who are always trying to hide how they made money off you. We can save you money in your going public process, get the job done quickly, and ensure the quality of service exceeds that of any other go public professional or IPO broker.

Contact info@stockexchangelistings.com and we can set-up a telephone conversation so we can discuss the best way to work together and save costs. If you already have an auditor or pieces, we can help you work more effectively with what you already have. We have often inherited clients from various Swiss financial groups, go public, and other firms who list companies on the OTC Markets and helped finish the job. Therefore, if you find yourself in a challenging situation as well, please call and or email us to see if we can help you.
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Go Public on the OTCQB Markets within the US for only $10,000, taking your company public just got easier!

Our firm has been taking companies public on the OTC Market and doing US IPOs for over 20 years with collective experience in the financial markets globally. In this time we have built a strong database of the key service providers that assist you in listing your company and going public. Many people look for OTCBB and Pinksheet shells for sale, of which we can also assist, but we believe taking your company public from beginning to end yourself is important. Of

This is why we have decided this year to change our pricing and services model. Instead of a large upfront fee for the listing process we have broken down the costs so that clients only need to deposit $10,000 with our firm and we engage the required service providers directly for you.

The Service Providers you will retain directly are:

– The Lawyer to draft the S1 and respond to comments
– The Auditor
– Filing fees
– Transfer Agent
– Market Maker
– OTC Markets
– DTC

On average with the recommended service providers, our clients have been able to list their company on the US OTC Stock Market for less than $35,000 USD and on occasion with more complex files $45,000 to $50,000+ total cost.

In comparing the go public cost of $35,000 to the cost of people who attempt to list themselves and engage service providers themselves, we are 25% cheaper than you trying to do it yourself due to our relationships and 50% cheaper than any other provider for listing on the OTC Markets.

Our services focus on guiding small businesses to going public within the United States to increase visibility, sell shares to raise capital through appropriate service providers, and expand their business internationally.

We have worked closely with China, Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, Canada, the US, Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Mozambique, Ghana, Guinea, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Argentina, and Spain to list companies on the US Markets.

With over 1000 client listings globally, we are a leader in providing the service of listing companies and taking your company public on the stock exchange.

Contact Info@StockExchangeListings.com