In an IPO, only a small part of the company's shares is offered on the stock exchange, which then also ends up in free float, i.e. belonging to many different investors. This means we won’t run the risk of betraying our mission.
In the event of an exit, Tomorrow will not simply be sold to the next person who comes along or to the highest bidder. Only an investor with the same understanding of our mission and vision for the banking world can take over our legacy. The decision is very much in our hands.