emerging growth companies
SEC OKs Rule to Extend ‘Test-the-Waters’ Tool
All companies will now be able to gauge the interest of institutional investors in a possible public offering before filing a registration statement.
Fixing the IPO Market
A new paper from two Harvard Kennedy School researchers explores the decline of IPOs and what should be done about it.
Regulations Both Help and Hurt IPO Pace
Companies have good reasons for factoring in the regulatory environment when deciding whether to go public.
Investors Beware, Emerging Growth Company Stats Suggest
Among other worrisome findings, 23% of non-listed ECGs disclosed that they were shell companies.
IPO ‘On-Ramp’ a Qualified Success
Many new issuers take advantage of Title I of the JOBS Act, but it has failed to induce a flood of public offerings.
The JOBS Act’s Results Are Mixed
The easier IPO on-ramp has been a boon, but crowdfunding has a very uncertain future.
Emerging Growth Companies Dominating the IPO Market
Companies going public are taking full advantage of the JOBS Act's relaxation of some filing rules.