reverse merger


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PharmaMar announced today that the Company started trading on the BME Spanish stock exchange after completing the reverse merger with Zeltia.
the "Company"), announced today that it completed a reverse merger on August 6, 2015 in which BioHiTech America, LLC ("BHA") was merged with and into a transitory acquisition subsidiary of Swift Start Corp.
The Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) has raised concerns about the auditing of Chinese companies accessing the US market through reverse merger transactions.
Part I compares the benefits of reverse mergers to the benefits of an IPO, overviews the market for shells, and outlines basic reverse merger deal structures.
Technically, a reverse merger is any merger structures so that the target company, rather than the acquirer is the surviving entity.
Such companies may be able to access the necessary capital by going public via a reverse merger into a public shell.
In addition to focusing on the process of the reverse merger and the financial returns to various investor groups, this case examines how recent SEC actions may affect future reverse mergers.
As the hurdles for an initial public offering (IPO) have grown steeper in the post-tech bubble world, the reverse merger has become an increasingly popular way for private companies to go public.
An alternative is a reverse merger in which a privately held company acquires a controlling interest in a publicly traded company that is dormant, or nearly so, and usually has few, if any, assets.
X exchanges his T stock for 80% of P's voting stock and 20% cash in a reverse merger.
The deal is a reverse merger, a procedure under which a privately held company takes control of a listed company and becomes public.
suggested Dash raise capital by taking the company public through a reverse merger.