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Financial Services Weekly News - September 2017

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Editor's Note - The Roundup has been on hiatus since its August 23 edition. Since then, we have had the misfortune to witness the widespread devastation inflicted by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Our hearts go out to the...more

Proposed Changes Would Further Modify NYSE Rules on Public Company Announcements

On August 29, 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) published a New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) proposal that would bar companies from issuing material news at the end of the trading day until after designated...more

NYSE Seeks to Delay Dividend Notification Change

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The New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) is seeking to delay the implementation of its recently-adopted dividend notification requirements until no later than February 1, 2018....more

Blog: NYSE Proposes Rule Changes Related To Material News And Dividend Notices

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The NYSE is proposing two changes with regard to material news: the first relates to a limitation on the issuance of material news in the period immediately after the NYSE close, and the second relates to a delay in the...more

Trading in Opaque Markets: Fraud, Materiality and Compliance

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This is the third segment of an occasional series regarding a group of criminal and civil securities fraud actions involving trading in opaque markets and the lessons that can be drawn them. Litvak II - Before Shapiro...more

Financial Services Weekly News - August 2017 #4

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Editor's Note - DOJ Emphatically Ends Operation Chokepoint. After four years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the formal end of its controversial Operation Chokepoint initiative. Launched in 2013, Operation...more

The SEC Approves More Amendments to NYSE’s Notice Requirements

Back in September 2015, the New York Stock Exchange amended the NYSE Listed Company Manual to: ..expand the pre-market hours during which NYSE-listed companies must provide prior notice of material news, ..expand the...more

SEC Approves NYSE Proposed Rule Change Requiring Advance Notice of Dividend and Stock Distribution Announcements

On August 14, 2017, the SEC approved the NYSE’s proposed rule change amending Sections 204.12, 204.21, and 202.06(B) of its NYSE Listed Company Manual to require listed companies to provide notice to the NYSE at least ten...more

SEC Approves NYSE Rule Change Regarding Dividend Notification Requirements

The SEC has approved a change to the NYSE’s rules which requires listed companies to provide dividend notifications to the Exchange at least 10 minutes prior to disseminating them publicly when the notification is made...more

The NYSE Amends its Advance Notice Requirement for Dividend Announcements: NYSE Staff Now on Call 24/7

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On August 14, 2017, the SEC approved a rule change to the NYSE Listed Company Manual to require listed companies to provide notice to the NYSE at least ten minutes before making any public announcement with respect to a...more

NYSE Rule Change Requires Ten Minutes Advance Notice of Public Announcement of Dividends or Stock Distributions

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On August 14, 2017, the SEC approved an NYSE rule change that requires listed companies to give notice to the NYSE at least 10 minutes before any public announcement of dividends or stock distributions, even if such...more

Blog: SEC Approves NYSE Amendments Requiring Notice Related To Dividends And Stock Distributions, Even If Outside Of NYSE Trading...

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On August 14, 2017, the SEC approved a rule change that amended the NYSE Manual to require listed companies to provide notice to the NYSE at least ten minutes before making any public announcement with respect to a dividend...more

News Round Up - August 2017

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SEC Permits Draft Registration Statements for All Initial Public Offerings and Direct Listings - On June 29, 2017, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that the Division of Corporation Finance will permit...more

It’s Back: NYSE Amends Proposal Allowing Listing Without IPO

On July 31, 2017, the NYSE amended its proposal, originally issued on March 13, 2017 and then withdrawn on July 19, 2017, to modify its listing qualifications to facilitate direct offerings. Section 102.01B of the NYSE Listed...more

The Marijuana Industry and the Securities Laws

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Part Three of a Three-Part Series - In the third and final part of this series on marijuana-related businesses (“MRBs”), we explore how the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and the Department of Justice (“DOJ”)...more

News Round Up - June 2017

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More on the IPO Market from the SEC Investor Advisory Committee - The SEC Investor Advisory Committee devoted its June 22, 2017, session to a discussion of the decline in the number of U.S. IPOs. Chair Clayton addressed...more

Securities and Governance Update – June 2017

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As part of BakerHostetler’s commitment to serve as a strategic business partner, we are pleased to publish this resource, which is designed to keep executives, corporate counsel and governance professionals apprised of...more

NYSE Withdraws Proposed Rule Allowing Listing Without an IPO

On June 19, 2017, the NYSE withdrew its proposed rule, originally issued on March 13, 2017, to modify the provisions regarding the qualification of companies listing on the NYSE to allow for a listing without an IPO. Section...more

News Round Up - May 2017

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Reviving the U.S. IPO Market - A recent study based on work undertaken by the University of Florida found that the median age of companies going public in the United States in 1999 was 5 years. Between 20042016, the...more

Dual-Class Stock and Private Ordering: A System That Works

Dual-class stock has become the target of heightened attention, particularly in light of Snap’s recent IPO. While the structure remains popular for companies trying to respond to the short-term outlook of public...more

NYSE Proposes to Require Listed Companies to Provide Advance Notice of Dividend and Stock Distribution Announcements

On April 13, 2017, the NYSE issued a proposed rule change that would amend Sections 204.12, 204.21, and 202.06(B) of its NYSE Listed Company Manual to require listed companies to provide notice to the NYSE at least ten...more

NYSE MKT Proposes Rule Change to Harmonize its Periodic Reporting Requirements with Those of the NYSE

On May 8, 2017, the NYSE MKT issued a proposed rule change to harmonize its periodic reporting requirements with those of the NYSE. Currently, the NYSE MKT provides companies that are late in making required filings with a...more

A Compliance Calendar Tip: Update for T+2

A few weeks ago, the SEC finalized rules to shorten the standard settlement period for securities transactions from three business days (T+3) to two business days (T+2). Amended Exchange Act Rule 15c6-1(a) will prohibit a...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

State Securities Laws – Granting Options and Equity Comp in the United States

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A Canadian company that proposes to grant stock options or other types of equity compensation to persons in the United States must comply with the securities laws of the state in which the recipient is located, unless the...more

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