How to Do an IPO

New York City Bar Association

10/21/2015 09:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, Investment Management, IPOs, and Equity Offerings

Speaking Engagement

Trevor Starer
(212) 336-4310

Join the New York City Bar Association at its “How to do an IPO” event, where they will cover necessary requirements for successful implementation of Initial Public Offerings. The program will provide invaluable, in-depth information regarding crucial processes, including; IPO origination, the underwriting process, ethics issues that arise in IPOs, and corporate governance in IPOs and selected regulatory considerations.

Partner Anna Pinedo will serve as the event kickoff speaker on the first panel of the day entitled “The Basics of IPOs”. The panel will discuss:  

  • How to get an issuer organized for an IPO;
  • What issues to take to the SEC before filing;
  • What forms and models to use;
  • How the confidential filing process works;
  • Selected securities law issues, including the Securities Act of 1933, the JOBS Act, Dodd Frank, Reg. S-K, Reg. S-X;
  • Confidentiality requests;
  • Due diligence; and
  • Other selected developments and regulatory considerations, including regulatory filings, Investment Advisers Act compliance and SEC audits.

NYCBA will provide CLE credit.

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