Staying private means flexibility for companies to restructure while going public unlocks value for shareholders. But what the downsides of each plan?

Private markets — as the name suggests — provide privacy for companies wishing to grow or restructure away from the prying eyes of investors, without having to provide all the details that corporate governance and regulations require that they disclose.

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