Reverse Red Oak has assembled an experience team that has concluded numerous reverse mergers for private companies to be publicly traded. In some cases, this has proved to be an attractive and lower-cost alternative to an IPO.

It is often difficult for investors to profit from an investment in a private company, even when the company is very successful. Becoming a public company through a reverse merger addresses the problem of illiquidity for investors, and the company often can increase the availability of capital – both from public sources as well as from private investors.

Becoming a public company does not, of course, ensure successful financial return. Red Oak assists companies to develop a program for communication with the investment community to help support its stock value.