More often than not, when companies launch their IPOs, their top honchos would be most eager to meet up with both investors and the media to drum up interest in their offering with a rousing presentation.

However, when Nanofilm Technologies International launched its IPO last October, the company’s management skipped the meet-and-greet with the media, presumably confident that the issue is well supported by a long list of cornerstone investors with many more other institutional investors queuing up, eager to get their hands on some shares as well.

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