How private companies raise equity: A guide to a rapidly evolving landscape
This eBook from IR Magazine and sponsored by Computershare describes what is involved in raising capital as a private entity and the various options for meeting requirements as painlessly as possible.
Historically, companies went public because becoming a fully reporting company and listing on a major exchange constituted the best way for them to raise the equity capital they needed.
Today, that’s no longer true. New options exist, so a company can choose to stay private and still raise capital, often saving money by avoiding expensive compliance costs under Sarbanes-Oxley, Dodd-Frank and other regulations.
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