United States: IFLR Webinar – The U.S. IPO Market: Market And Legal Developments
Last Updated: April 25 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017
11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. EDT

After the 2016 decline in the number of U.S. initial public offerings (IPOs), commentators questioned whether the trend toward companies deferring initial public offerings and remaining private longer would be a new norm. Already this year's IPO market appears to be rebounding. During the session, the presenters will discuss:

  • Whether cross-over (or late stage) private rounds still remain an important milestone on the road to the IPO;
  • U.S. IPO activity (sectors, VC- and PE-backed companies, foreign private issuer activity, syndicate structures);
  • Disclosure and governance trends among IPO issuers;
  • Dual track processes and the legal and business considerations;
  • Multiple share classes; and
  • Other developments.

Speakers:

CLE credit is pending for California and New York.

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