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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

“Cost of Going Public is Onerous”: Presentation Deals with Declining IPO Market (Deck)

At the SEC’s meeting of the Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies (ACSEC), a presentation was delivered on the slowdown in US IPOs and what could possibly be done to increase the moribund IPO market. In the past ten years, the number of public… Read More

EY: Public Listings Have Declined by More than 50% Since 1996 Peak (Deck)

As part of the SEC Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies meeting last week, there were two presentations on the decline of IPOs in the US. The first was provided by the law firm Goodwin was shared earlier on Crowdfund Insider. Also in attendance… Read More

Forthcoming ACSEC Meeting to Tackle Several Important Issues: Secondary Markets & Dearth of IPOs

The SEC’s Advisory Committee on Small and Emerging Companies (ACSEC) is scheduled to meet in Washington, DC next week at SEC HQ.  On the Committee’s agenda are two important issues: Secondary market liquidity for Regulation A Tier 2 and non-exchange listed companies and why companies are… Read More

Mark Elenowitz of TriPoint Global: Reg A+ is the Future of IPOs

There has been a lot of buzz within the investment community regarding the updated exemption created under Title IV of the JOBS Act.  Regulation A+, or just Reg A+, was crafted by the SEC and Congress to allow issuers to raise up to $50 million… Read More

Is the IPO Market Tanking in 2015?

The number of IPOs experienced a nice increase in 2014 boosted in part by high-profile offers like Alibaba and Lending Club.  Kathleen Smith, of Renaissance Capital, describes 2014 as a “very strong year” for IPOs but indications from Q1 of 2015 show things have taken… Read More

Where Have All the IPOs Gone? (Deck)

Nasdaq CEO Bob Greifeld spoke briefly on CNBC today about the “institutional battle” between the NYSE and Nasdaq in regards to the number of IPOs.  For the record Nasdaq chalked up 189 for $22 billion raised in 2014 while the NYSE listed 129 for total… Read More

Crowdfunding News Roundup: November 8, 2013

Gamasutra | Square Enix shares its publishing vision for Collective Sure, we know that Square Enix is going to be launching Collective in an effort to help indie developers find funding from the crowd. How is it going to work? Here, Gamasutra breaks it down…. Read More

Equidam: What IPOs Can Tell Us About Valuation In Crowdfunding

Who, among the entrepreneurs reading this post, feels confident in explaining what an IPO is? Sure, you probably know the meaning: Initial Public Offering. You might know it is the process that brings companies to be traded in public stock exchanges. In a nutshell, via… 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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