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  • WSJ CFO Journal: Disclosure and communication issues to consider under the JOBS Act
    Although the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act is intended to make it easier for smaller companies to raise public and private capital in U.S. financial markets, they have not rushed to the public markets in large numbers. And the SEC requirements for going public remain complex. Understand disclosure and communication issues to consider when weighing an initial public offering and the benefit-and-cost tradeoffs when going beyond the JOBS Act's allowances.
  • A roadmap to accounting and financial reporting for carve-out transactions
    There is no single set of comprehensive guidance on preparing financial statements for carve-out entities. This publication summarizes key factors to consider and can help streamline the process.
  • Strategies for going public: Fourth edition
    The market for Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) has never been more complex or challenging than it is today. This publication takes away some of the mystery and uncertainty around the process. It serves as a useful guide as you begin your IPO journey.
  • Heads Up: JOBS Act to ease access to investment capital
    Read an overview of the "Jumpstart Our Business Startups" (JOBS) Act which hopes to "increase American job creation and economic growth by improving access to the public capital markets for emerging growth companies."
  • WSJ CFO Journal: Considering an IPO? Six essential planning stages of going public
    This article covers pre-IPO planning stages for companies considering an IPO.
  • Being public: Now is the time to act like a public company
    For privately held companies, "being public" – choosing to act as a public company – may yield tangible, financial value, even if the company is not going public.
  • WSJ CFO Journal article: A guide to pre-IPO planning
    Given the potential risks of going public, pre-IPO planning must establish or enhance capabilities that few private companies have fully developed.
  • Ready for the IPO spotlight? Preparing to perform at a higher standard
    The market for initial public offerings (IPOs) can be volatile. Favorable conditions for going public can vanish as quickly as they arise.
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