Preparing for the Market Upswing


Corporate, Government + Public Agencies, and Emerging Companies + Venture Capital

Washington, D.C.

Lawrence R. Bard

Lawrence R. Bard


Signs of economic recovery are emerging, and now is the time to begin preparing for renewed access to capital. Please join us for a complimentary seminar that will feature two panels of experts from the banking, accounting, investor, and legal sectors who will discuss everything you need to do now in order to best position your company for the recovery.

Panel I: Going Down the IPO Road

An improving economy and reinvigorated capital markets have made initial public offerings an option after a prolonged drought. Getting to – and through – an IPO can be a difficult process. The panel will discuss all of the considerations for companies weighing an IPO as a potential option.

Panel II: Accessing the Re-Opened Capital Markets

This panel will address how deal terms have changed as a result of the economy and financial crisis. We will also cover: preparing a shelf registration statement; capital-raising alternatives; and cleaning up your balance sheet.

Who should attend: CXOs, in-house counsel, directors, bankers, accountants, and venture capitalists.

Lawrence Bard, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Jeffrey Catt, Business Development Manager, Bowne Solutions
Mark Frantz, General Partner, Redshift Ventures
Amy Gonce, Managing Director, FTI Consulting
David Lynn, Partner, Morrison & Foerster
Mike Mclaughlin, Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

  • Application for approval of this program is pending with the Virginia MCLE Board.

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