Registered Direct Offerings

The Market Trends 2019/20: Registered Direct Offerings practice note focuses on recent market trends covering registered direct offerings, providing an overview of the market, recent notable transactions, deal structure and process, and legal and regulatory trends. A registered direct offering is a type of hybrid securities offering, meaning that the offering methodology has certain characteristics

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These ‘Top 10’ practice tips provides practical guidance for counsel working on a registered direct offering (RDO). An RDO is a public offering of securities sold on a best efforts basis by a placement agent that is engaged by an issuer to introduce the issuer to potential investors. An RDO is generally

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Registered direct offerings, or RDOs, are hybrid securities offerings, meaning that these offerings have some characteristics typically associated with private placements and some characteristics of public offerings.   During periods of market volatility, a registered direct, with its targeted marketing approach, may be an attractive capital-raising alternative.  In this What’s the Deal? guide, we provide an

This Lexis Practice Advisor® market trends article focuses on registered direct offerings, providing an overview of the market and covering recent notable transactions, deal structure and process, and legal and regulatory trends. A registered direct offering is a type of hybrid securities offering, meaning that the offering methodology has certain characteristics associated with a public

A registered direct offering (RDO) is a public offering of securities that is sold on a best efforts basis by a placement agent that is engaged by the issuer to introduce the issuer to potential purchasers. An RDO is generally targeted to a select number of accredited and institutional investors, although it may be sold