The federal securities laws are made up of an interwoven collection of statutes, rules, regulations and judicial precedent. They play a ubiquitous role throughout a company’s life-cycle.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB)
May 17, 2017
The federal securities laws are made up of an interwoven collection of statutes, rules, regulations and judicial precedent. They play a ubiquitous role throughout a company’s life-cycle: from the first issuance of founder shares to the use of equity compensation as a reward and incentive for directors, employees and consultants. Federal securities laws are relevant in private offerings of equity and debt in corporate finance transactions, initial public offerings (IPOs), alternative public offerings, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and beyond. This Financial Poise webinar series aims to provide an overview of these laws and their impact on business.
The 3rd episode of the Securities Law Made Simple series, “Public Company Reporting”, (Register Here) airs on May 23rd and features Moderator Vanessa Schoenthaler of Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer. Vanessa is joined by Jordan Fishfeld of CFX Markets, Alissa Parisi of K&L Gates, Craig Mordock of Sheppard Mullin and Robert Rapp of Calfee Halter & Griswold.
Once public, a company is subject to a continuously evolving landscape of disclosure and reporting requirements. Recent disclosure developments have addressed everything from executive compensation to cybersecurity. In addition, the prevalence of social media has made it such that not only the nuances of what to disclose must be considered but also how to deliver that disclosure. Is a company tweeting its earnings reports or using a corporate Facebook page to make Regulation FD disclosures? In this webinar, our expert panel provides you…