PIPE transactions have provided a useful capital-raising alternative when the public markets are inhospitable.  A PIPE transaction also has become the financing of choice when it comes time to raise capital to finance an acquisition, recapitalize a company through a change-of-control transaction, or effect an orderly exit for an existing stockholder with a significant percentage

On February 2, 2018, the SEC approved on an accelerated basis the NYSE’s proposal, as modified by Amendment No. 3, to change its listing qualifications to facilitate listings for certain non-IPO offerings.  Section 102.01B of the NYSE Listed Company Manual (“Section 102.01B”) currently recognizes that some companies that have not previously registered their common equity

NASDAQ Private Markets and Morrison & Foerster recently discussed trends in private company capital raising.  In this video blog, Anna Pinedo discusses market trends, including the trend toward remaining private longer and deferring IPOs and other exits; the increased reliance on private placements over registered offerings; the investors active in late-stage private placements; and the

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Our speakers reviewed and discussed SEC and FASB developments that registrants and directors should consider as they prepare their Forms 10-K, including the following:

  • Use of Non-GAAP financial measures;
  • Comment letter trends;
  • Updating your MD&A;
  • New revenue recognition standard;
  • Developments in derivatives/hedge accounting;
  • New lease accounting rules; and
  • New credit impairment

NASDAQ Private Markets and Morrison & Foerster recently described the process for verifying the status of investors when a company chooses to use general solicitation to conduct a Rule 506(c) offering.  In this video blog, Anna Pinedo reviews the SEC Staff’s principles-based guidelines for verification of an accredited investor and also non-exclusive methods for verification.

NASDAQ Private Markets and Morrison & Foerster recently discussed the conditions a private company must satisfy in order to rely on Rule 506 for a private placement.  In this video blog, Anna Pinedo highlighted general reminders related to conducting a private placement; general solicitation considerations; approaching accredited and non-accredited investors; bad actor requirements; and Form

NASDAQ Private Markets and Morrison & Foerster recently reviewed Rule 506.  In this video blog, Anna Pinedo focuses on the changes to Rule 506 brought about by the JOBS Act, Rule 506(b) and the conditions for the safe harbor, Rule 506(c) and the additional requirements associated with the use of general solicitation, and market practice.

NASDAQ Private Markets and Morrison & Foerster recently discussed Section 4(a)(2), the statutory private placement exemption, and Rule 506, the most popular Regulation D safe harbor.  In this video blog, Anna Pinedo discusses the requirements for an exemption from registration, the participants in a typical private placement, and the documentation and process.

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An increasing number of European corporate borrowers and investors are now looking to the private placement market as an attractive opportunity, for financing and investment.

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