George Brown and Steve Hobbs, Protiviti; Doug Chu, NYSE Euronext; Patrick Shannon, Latham and Watkins
Following more than two years of historically low initial public offering (IPO) activity, worldwide public offerings surged in 2010 and 2011 is anticipated to be a very busy market for new IPO’s in North America and globally. Improvement in debt markets and equity market valuations have public companies, Private Equity firms and private company investors reexamining long term plans for IPO listings. Whether you are at an emerging company or a business spin-off, it is crucial that you understand the listing options to fully realize value and broaden access to public capital markets.
View this webinar held by the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), RR Donnelley, Protiviti, and Latham & Watkins to help you identify the key steps in planning for public company readiness. This 60-minute webinar highlights:
•Preparing the accounting and finance functions (technology, process, and team members)
•Structuring organizations and transactions leading up to a public offering including dual-track considerations
•Regulatory developments that will impact public offerings
•Preparing for the requirements of investors and the public capital markets – what has changed and should you be approaching the process differently now?