Tagged: initial public offerings

IPO Fail: It’s Better to Invest Early in Private Markets as Public Offerings are Too Often Just an Exit for Big Money

For years, there has been a discussion regarding the initial public offering (IPO) conundrum. Back in the day, smaller investors could join alongside institutional money to capture wealth in an IPO. Today, too frequently, that is simply not the case. The big money has been… Read More

Diminishing IPOs in US Depriving Average Investors

The President of the Chartered Financial Analyst Institute, Paul Smith, has taken to the media to call out shrinking IPO markets in the US and call for the restoration of fair and secure investment opportunities for retirement savers. Smith points at “alarming changes” in US… Read More

Look in the Mirror: Why the Number of Public Companies & IPOs are in Decline

  The decline in the number of public companies in the United States and the decline in the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) that occur each year are widely decried. It is irony that many who bemoan these changes are the very persons who… Read More

BDO Research Indicates Executives at Investment Banks Don’t Believe Jobs Act Will Increase IPOs

But Majority Are Not Noncerned That Crowdfunding Will Negatively Impact IPOs. BDO – a global accounting and consulting firm has released a report that which show skepticism on the part of executives regarding the intentions of the Jobs Act.   According to their research: Only… Read More

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