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The latest Wall Street revolution appears to be driven in large part by companies like Creative Planning, a registered investment adviser in a suburb of Kansas City that’s helping lead a shift away from brokers and mutual...more

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Barclays and a group of its former execs are facing charges of fraud by false representation by Britain’s Serious Fraud Office over deals they struck with Qatar in 2008 to avoid a government bailout....more

IPO Releases List of Top 300 Patent Holders for 2016

Life Sciences Top 55 - Last week, the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO) announced the release of its 34th annual list of the top 300 organizations receiving U.S. patents (see "Top 300 Organizations Granted...more

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There’s been a hitch in Saudi Aramco’s IPO plans (mind-boggling $2 trillion possible valuation and all): where to list. The frontrunners, by the way, are the London Stock Exchange and the NYSE....more

Taking Stock in Blockchains

Corporate lawyers and software developers have been watching eagerly as the State of Delaware takes steps to enable Delaware corporations to issue shares of their stock as digital tokens. Instead of recording shares on paper...more

Projects and Energy Weekly Snippets

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Weekly projects and energy updates in South Africa - EDF signs 420 MW hydro construction deal with Cameroon - On Tuesday, an agreement was signed between the French power utility Électricité de France (EDF) and the...more

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We covered the move by Exxon shareholders to push the company for greater climate-change accounting last week. Now we’re learning that the NY AG believes that Exxon’s been “misleading” its shareholders about the impact that...more

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Its recent debt sale was enough to score Italy’s Monte dei Paschi a government bailout, one of the first since the 2008 crisis and a test case for the ECB’s new bank bailout rules....more

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Even as the administration is mulling over withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, Exxon Mobil’s shareholders have voted to demand a more detailed accounting of the climate change policy risks facing the company—an...more

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So what happens when traders attempt to manipulate the index that’s meant to measure fear in the stock market itself? Well, we might just be finding out. Two UT Austin researchers think that we’re seeing efforts to mess with...more

Outline for Discussion of New Issue Price Rules

New tax rules relating to establishing the issue price of publicly offered tax-exempt bonds become effective soon. This outline describes the new issue price rules, provides a high-level strategic analysis to help guide a...more

Silicon Valley Venture Capital Survey - First Quarter 2017

by Fenwick & West LLP on

We analyzed the terms of 191 venture financings closed in the first quarter of 2017 by companies headquartered in Silicon Valley. Overview of Fenwick & West Results - Venture valuations showed small...more

Reforms Lead to New Opportunities in Saudi Arabia - Transformative changes in Saudi Arabia are opening up new opportunities in...

Saudi Arabia has recently adopted new policies aimed at transforming its economy, including plans to sell shares in the state oil company, Saudi Aramco, and to expand its Public Investment Fund (PIF) to diversify its...more

Doing Business in Saudi Arabia 101: Investing in the Kingdom

by Dechert LLP on

President Donald Trump will be making his first official overseas trip as president to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, commencing May 20, 2017. During the course of the president’s trip, over US$100 billion worth of...more

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The SEC hasn’t had much luck with its attempts so far to hold MBS traders responsible for allegedly lying to customers about MBS prices. Yet on the Monday’s charges against ex-Nomura traders suggests that the agency’s not...more

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You’ll remember Snap’s highly anticipated March IPO as a splashy affair, with a valuation in the $30+ billion range and a relatively consistent stock price. Well, reality hit hard yesterday, as Snap announced a $2.2 billion...more

Minority Protections and Exit Options for Family Offices Considering Direct Private Investments | Publications

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As family offices trend toward direct private investments, it is important to consider minority protections and exit options in the context of investment negotiations. Direct private investments often mean greater control...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume XII, Issue 17

SEC/CORPORATE - On May 4, Jay Clayton was sworn into office as the new chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission. As discussed in the January 6 edition of the Corporate & Financial Weekly Digest, Mr. Clayton was a...more

Nasdaq Report: Reigniting America’s Economic Engine

The Nasdaq recently published a report, titled “The Promise of Market Reform,” which sets out proposed structural changes that are intended to relieve some of the burdens associated with being a public company. The report...more

Food for Thought, part 2

Below, a continuation of our bibliography of thought-provoking articles on issues related to right-sizing regulation, staying private versus going public, and related topics...more

California Federal Court Allows Indirect Purchasers of Securities to Sue Issuers for Fraud Under California Statute

by Carlton Fields on

A federal magistrate judge in California has allowed a securities fraud suit against a late-stage private company to proceed despite the plaintiff investors holding a security interest only through intermediary,...more

Reviving the U.S. IPO Market

On May 10, 2017, the SEC’s Division of Economic and Risk Analysis (DERA) and New York University’s Salomon Center for the Study of Financial Institutions will host a dialogue on Reviving the U.S. IPO Market. ...more

2017 M&A Report

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In 2016, the number of reported M&A transactions worldwide dipped by 2%, from a record 34,838 deals in 2015 to 34,191, but still represented the second highest annual tally since 2000. Worldwide M&A deal value decreased 16%,...more

Dual-track IPOs

by Ropes & Gray LLP on

Thomas Holden, Ropes & Gray securities & public companies partner, analyzes the benefits of dual-track IPOs, particularly in choppy markets, and discusses considerations in managing a dual-track process. __ The IPO...more

SEC changes filing cover pages, raises thresholds for EGCs and crowdfunding

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The SEC has adopted a number of technical amendments to the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the JOBS Act) to conform its existing rules and regulations to the requirements of the JOBS Act and implement statutory...more

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