In the International Financial Law Review’s latest publication, A Deep Dive Into Capital Raising Alternatives, Mayer Brown provides context on the changes in market structure and market dynamics that led to the enactment of the JOBS Act. Specifically, the trend for many private companies to remain private longer, defer or dispense with traditional IPOs in the United States, and rely on private capital to fund their growth. We discuss reliance on the JOBS Act to undertake an IPO, including the IPO process and practices adopted by emerging growth companies.
Please join us for our upcoming webinars, during which we and our guest speakers will discuss the topics raised in our new publication, as well as the SEC’s recent amendments to the exempt offering framework. Click the links below to sign up:
- November 17, 2020 (11am ET)
SEC and other developments affecting private capital markets
- December 1, 2020 (11am ET)
Becoming a US public company: the new three-track process