Going public on NASDAQ: Walk in the Park or Endless Nightmare?

4/6/2006

Tel Aviv, Israel

James R. Tanenbaum

James R. Tanenbaum

Seminar

 

Presentation by the MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel in cooperation with The Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration and Morrison & Foerster. Speakers and topics include:

Igal Rotem, Founder and CEO, PowerDsine

David Schlachet, CFO, Syneron

MoFo’s Ten Commandments for Israeli IPO Candidates
James R. Tanenbaum, Partner, Morrison & Foerster New York

Listing in London
Natalie Diep, Morrison & Foerster London

Entrepreneurs, managers in high technology and professionals will discuss going public on NASDAQ, including preparing for a successful IPO, gaining your VCs’ support, negotiating with underwriters, accounting, business questions, preparing for disclosure requirements, IP related questions, organizational issues, internal execution team, banking team, the role of the legal advisor, dancing with the research analysts, do's and don’ts, the day after the IPO.

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