Inside the efforts to make US public markets more attractive

Jun 25, 2018
IR Magazine catches up with Nasdaq’s Randall Hopkins during the NIRI national conference
It has been well documented that the number of US public companies has halved since its peak in 1997, with many potential reasons cited, including an increase in access to private funding, an uptick in M&A, the competitiveness of other global markets, and the

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