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International and U.S. IPO planning : a business strategy guide / Frederick D. Lipman.

By: Lipman, Frederick D.
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, c2009Description: xiv, 272 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780470390870 (hbk.); 0470390875 (hbk.).Subject(s): Going public (Securities) -- United States | Corporations -- United States -- Finance | Going public (Securities) | Corporations -- FinanceDDC classification: 658.15224
Contents:
Introduction.Chapter 1. The Pros and Cons of a U.S. IPO.Part One. Advanced Ipo Planning.Chapter 2. Develop an Impressive Management and Professional Team.Chapter 3. Grow the Company's Business with an Eye to the Public Marketplace.<Chapter 4. Obtain Audited or Auditable Financial Statements Using IPO Acceptable Accounting Principles.Chapter 5. Cleaning Up the Company's Act.Chapter 6. Establish Anti-Takeover Defenses.Chapter 7. Develop Good Corporate Governance.Chapter 8. Create Insider Bail-Out Opportunities and Take Advantage of IPO Windows.Part Two. International IPOS.Chapter 9. Structuring an International IPO.Chapter 10. Income Tax Considerations in Establishing or Migrating a Corporation Off-Shore By (Joseph T. Gulant, ESQ.).Part Three. Traditional And Non Traditional IPOS In The U.S.Chapter 11. Traditional U.S. IPOs.Chapter 12. Reverse Mergers into Public Shells By (Jane Storero, Esq.).Chapter 13. Using a SPAC to Go Public By (Brad L. Shiffman, Esq.).Chapter 14. Regulation A: The $5 Million Offering.Chapter 15. SCOR: The $1 Million Do-It-Yourself Registered Offering.Appendix A. List of International Stock Exchange Websites.Appendix B. Responses of International Exchanges to IPO Survey.Index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction.Chapter 1. The Pros and Cons of a U.S. IPO.Part One. Advanced Ipo Planning.Chapter 2. Develop an Impressive Management and Professional Team.Chapter 3. Grow the Company's Business with an Eye to the Public Marketplace.<Chapter 4. Obtain Audited or Auditable Financial Statements Using IPO Acceptable Accounting Principles.Chapter 5. Cleaning Up the Company's Act.Chapter 6. Establish Anti-Takeover Defenses.Chapter 7. Develop Good Corporate Governance.Chapter 8. Create Insider Bail-Out Opportunities and Take Advantage of IPO Windows.Part Two. International IPOS.Chapter 9. Structuring an International IPO.Chapter 10. Income Tax Considerations in Establishing or Migrating a Corporation Off-Shore By (Joseph T. Gulant, ESQ.).Part Three. Traditional And Non Traditional IPOS In The U.S.Chapter 11. Traditional U.S. IPOs.Chapter 12. Reverse Mergers into Public Shells By (Jane Storero, Esq.).Chapter 13. Using a SPAC to Go Public By (Brad L. Shiffman, Esq.).Chapter 14. Regulation A: The $5 Million Offering.Chapter 15. SCOR: The $1 Million Do-It-Yourself Registered Offering.Appendix A. List of International Stock Exchange Websites.Appendix B. Responses of International Exchanges to IPO Survey.Index.