Initial Public Offerings (IPOs): Process, SEC Rules & Types (e.g., SPACs) - April 1, 2022 - Las Vegas, NV - Virtual
A misstep in the IPO process can be devastating in terms of triggering more expensive corrective action and prolonging a successful registration process. A strong project management role must be defined and present to ensure that the plotted roadmap to ‘going public’ is realistic and attainable. This session helps ensure that all essential steps towards a successful IPO transaction are considered.
Many factors go into a decision on the pros and cons of taking a company public, either through an initial public offering (IPO) or a reverse merge transaction. There are many accounting, SEC compliance, and governance considerations. This seminar takes walks attendees through the process, carefully examining key decision points and hurdles. The training covers:
This seminar is ideal for boards, management teams, and accountants of privately held companies thinking about going public. The accounting and financial reporting requirements will be discussed, including how to comply with all key S-1 registration statement requirements. Topics include:
The agenda can be adjusted to be a one or two day course.
Please contact Katie Kral, KU Office Manager, for more information about this class at (702) 565-2727 ext. 224 or email at KKral@KralUssery.com