Category: IPO

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Over the last couple years, more and more companies have decided to go public. Whether it’s attracting a larger audience, establishing credibility with suppliers and vendors, or raising additional capital, there are many benefits to conducting an initial public offering. Finding the right approach and support group can be challenging but worth it. Here is
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On December 3, 2019, the SEC approved NASDAQ’s proposal on extending direct listings. This means that companies will now be able to directly list securities on NASDAQ’s “Nasdaq Global Market” and “Nasdaq Capital Market” in addition to “Nasdaq Global Select Market”, which was already eligible for direct listing. This is a significant change for smaller companies
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Regulation A+ (“Regulation A+”), also known as the “mini IPO”, is an alternative to the traditional IPO, through Form S-1, as filed to the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). Regulation A+ was passed into law to encourage small businesses to raise capital, by removing restrictions that limited access to private investor funds. Regulation A+ became
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Spotify recently drew attention from a controversial decision to go public without an initial public offering (IPO) in April. Spotify said they wanted to go public this way, through a direct listing or direct public offering (DPO), because the company could provide equal access to both buyers and sellers, while making the entire process more
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Introduction At the beginning of his opening remarks in May of 2017, SEC Commissioner Michael Piwowar expressed that he was happy to be involved in the SEC-NYU dialogue in which he shared his views on the IPO market. Piwowar has a thorough background in economics, politics, and finance – including an employment history in economics,
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There are certain basic features and powers that every corporation holds. One corporate power is the right to sell stock in exchange for ownership in the company.  The purchasers of the shares become owners and are also known as shareholders or investors. A shareholder can gain ownership through receiving stock grants, awards, and gifts. The