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Reverse Mergers: And Other Alternatives to Traditional IPOs (Bloomberg Financial #50) (Hardcover)

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This is book number 50 in the Bloomberg Financial series.

Description


In good markets or bad, reverse mergers play a key role for companies that want to avoid the IPO route for going public. Since the successful first edition of Reverse Mergers was published in 2006, the economic and regulatory landscape has changed. Executives, owners, lawyers, accountants, professional investors, regulators, and others need to know what those changes mean for reverse mergers.

Reverse-merger expert David Feldman gives an overview of the most important changes since the previous edition was published: new SEC regulations, the changing nature of SPACs (Special-Purpose Acquisition Company), and the emergence of new instruments called WRASPs (WestPark Alternative Senior Exchange Process). The book includes a new chapter on China, and the "Experts Speak" chapter features all new interviewees.

David Feldman is one of the country's leading experts on reverse mergers, self-filings, and other alternatives to IPOs. His firm has guided hundreds of companies on going public, advising them on structure and mechanics, financing, due diligence, regulatory issues, and more.

About the Author


David N. Feldman, a preeminent securities attorney in the field of reverse mergers, is the founder and managing partner of Feldman Weinstein LLP, whose clientele includes public and private companies, investment banks, venture capital firms, and high-net-worth individuals. He is often quoted in the media and is a frequent public speaker and seminar leader. He received his JD from the University of Pennsylvania. Feldman lives in New York City. Steven Dresner is general partner of Strategic Alliance Capital, which specializes in investing through reverse mergers and PIPEs. He is the editor of the Bloomberg Press books The Issuer's Guide to PIPEs: New Markets, Deal Structures, and Global Opportunities for Private Investments in Public Equity (December 2009) and PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity (2006).
Product Details
ISBN: 9781576603406
ISBN-10: 1576603407
Publisher: Bloomberg Press
Publication Date: December 1st, 2009
Pages: 279
Language: English
Series: Bloomberg Financial