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Anthony's focus includes, but is not limited to, registration statements, including Forms 10, S-1, S-8 and S-4, compliance with the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, including Forms 10-Q, 10-K and 8-K, 14C Information Statements and 14A Proxy Statements, going public transactions, mergers and acquisitions including both reverse mergers and forward mergers, private placements, PIPE transactions, Regulation A offerings, and crowdfunding.
The investigation follows an influx of Chinese companies to the US markets via reverse mergers, where a private company joins the public market by buying a listed company, rather than going through the heavily regulated process of an initial public offering.
This guide walks bankers, lawyers, accountants, and officers of private companies through the process of reverse mergers and other options for going public without an initial public offering (IPO).
136) The reverse mergers detailed in this paper are executed to gain an exchange listing.
CAPITAL duties should not be levied on reverse mergers within the European Union (EU) if those deals only receive regular taxation at a marginal rate of up to 0.
Students gather information and render an opinion as to whether the China Automotive reverse merger presents evidence of a fraudulent "pump and dump" scheme, as well as whether reverse mergers remain advisable in the future.
were able to go public through reverse mergers while the market was "hot" for dot-coms.
According to Thomson Financial Securities Data, a financial information firm in Newark, New Jersey, although the number of reverse mergers decreased from 75 in 1997 to 41 in late 1999, the dollar value of these transactions has increased from $30.
Lux, securities lawyer and expert in reverse mergers and IPOs, is investigating allegations regarding certain activities relating to Immunovative, Inc.
In recent years, a number of well-known companies have gone public through reverse mergers and self-filings--the two most popular alternatives to the traditional initial public offering (IPO).