Tick-Size Pilot Cost Investors $350M: Study
"While the SEC's tick-size pilot was launched with the intent of helping investors and issuers, the outcome has been very different."
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.
Many Factors Influence the Market for IPOs
Aside from disclosure regulations, the factors include politics, markets, investor demand, the business climate, and competition.
SEC Unfairly Seen as Scapegoat for IPO Slump
The commission and Congress have actually done much to ease the way for new IPOs, a capital markets attorney says.
It’s a Big Year for Emerging Growth Companies
Here's some practical advice for companies that did an IPO under the JOBS Act and now must transition to full-public-company status.
JOBS Act Capital-Raising a Moderate Success
The initial data suggest that Title IV, which amended Regulation A offerings, has been the most successful part of the JOBS Act.
Fatburger Parent Explores IPO
FAT Brands is gauging investor interest in a Regulation A+ offering through crowdfunding platform Banq.
Trump’s SEC Pick Jibes with Deregulatory Agenda
Hester Peirce's views on the DOL Fiduciary Rule and the JOBS Act match those of SEC Chairman Jay Clayton.
SEC Expands Confidential Filing Benefit to Prime IPO Market
The new chair of the SEC said that by allowing all companies to submit draft registration statements he hopes to encourage more companies to go public.
A Crowdfunded Company Makes It All the Way to the NYSE
But since then, shares of Myomo, a medical robotics firm, have been on a roller-coaster ride.