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Global IPO Guide - 2017 Edition

by Latham & Watkins LLP on

WorldWide Widgets, a non-US e-commerce company, is considering going public. In addition to offering its locally listed stock to investors outside the United States, WWW would like to sell to investors inside the United...more

Final Issue Price Regulations Significantly Change Current Rules

by Bracewell LLP on

On December 9, 2016, the IRS released final Treasury Regulations (the “Final Regulations”) relating to the “issue price” of tax-exempt bonds for purposes of arbitrage investment restrictions. Although, on balance, an...more

TechConnect - Your Law Firm Link to Industry News - September 2016

by Mintz Levin on

Letter from the Editors - Dear Readers, The world of raising capital for emerging companies has experienced a revolution. Prior to the enactment of the JOBS Act in 2012, raising capital for private companies was...more

Various Ways to Raise Capital

by Mintz Levin - Mintz Edge on

The world of raising capital has been evolving over the last several years. Offerings of securities generally used to fall into two main buckets: (i) private placements under the old Rule 506 or (ii) a public offering. With...more

FINRA Regulatory Notice Regarding Private Placements and Public Offerings Subject to a Contingency

The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s review of various securities offering documents revealed instances in which broker-dealers have not complied with Securities Exchange Act Rules 10b-9 and 15c2-4 requirements...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume XI, Issue 6

BROKER-DEALER - Change to the No-Action Relief Regarding Definition of “Ready Market” With Regard to Foreign Equity Securities Pursuant to SEC Rule 15c3-1(c)(11)(i) - On February 9, the Securities and Exchange...more

Raising Capital? Don’t Forget about SEC Filings (It’s Not as Difficult as It Sounds)

by Varnum LLP on

The mention of "securities law and regulations" is a common, but daunting phrase that many entrepreneurs hear when they are attempting to raise money from investors for their companies. Under federal securities laws, any sale...more

Glossary of Important Securities Regulation Terms and Definitions

This Glossary is designed to provide law students taking Securities Regulation with a tool that will assist them in learning the basic language of securities law and achieve a working knowledge of the fundamental principles...more

“A” is For Approved: SEC Finalizes Regulation A+, the Small Offering Exemption

Securities lawyers had a “first time in forever” moment on March 25, when the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) voted to approve landmark reforms to its Regulation A, the so-called (and until now little-used)...more

Structuring a Cross-Border Securities Offering: Common U.S. Exemptions from Registration

by Hodgson Russ LLP on

Due to the size and scope of the U.S. capital markets, U.S. investors can form a meaningful add-on tranche to both public and private Canadian securities offerings. However, the legal mechanics of structuring a cross-border...more

Doing Business in Canada: Financing a Foreign Business Operating in Canada

by Bennett Jones LLP on

There is a wide range of financing options available in Canada for new or developing businesses. These options can be categorized as debt or equity financing, or a combination of both. A third option – government assistance...more

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