Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings

2011
Book

Published by Practising Law Institute (2009); Second Edition (2011)

PLI’s Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings is the first practical, accessible resource to provide you with comprehensive legal, regulatory, and procedural guidance regarding these increasingly popular offering methodologies.

Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings gives you a useful understanding of the applicable regulations and legal framework for these transactions, as well as the implications of these regulations for structuring transactions.

Packed with checklists, transactional timelines, SEC guidance, and a wealth of laborsaving sample documents, Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings shows you the relative advantages and drawbacks of the most commonly used forms of exempt and hybrid offerings, while clearly explaining the mechanics of conducting venture private placements; traditional PIPE transactions; structured PIPE transactions; institutional (debt) private placements; Rule 144A offerings; Regulation S offerings; expedited shelf takedowns; registered directs; at-the-market offerings; hedging transactions; and continuous issuance programs, including MTN and CP programs.

Updated at least once a year, Exempt and Hybrid Securities Offerings is a crucial resource for attorneys, investment bankers, and all other market participants.

For more information please see link below:

http://www.pli.edu/Content/Treatise/Exempt_and_Hybrid_Securities_Offerings/_/N-4lZ1z130d8?ID=145815

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