Listed companies are required to provide accurate and timely disclosure of information that is consistent with requirements for adequate corporate governance, which is further stabilized by compliance and management systems encompassing profit management and accounting controls.
For a company to publicly trade stocks on a particular stock exchange, the company must complete several steps. They must establish internal management systems for several years of preparation, comply with all the applicable regulations, and complete all accounting and audit procedures in support of the screening requirements through an audit firm before going public.
In addition to offering services related to accounting and auditing for public listing applications, PKF JAPAN also offers services in support of providing the intra-company baseline for meeting the requirements to support assessment for public listing. These services include the creation of an internal management system and the accounting controls necessary for companies aiming for public offering. An experienced certified public accountant provides individualized support throughout the entire procedure, including supplying advice on preparing the documents required for public listing.