On February 19th, the SEC proposed an expansion of the popular modernization reform that permits investor opinions about potential offerings to be taken into account at an earlier stage in the public offering process than is the case today. The new rule and related changes would expand the “test-the-waters” accommodation, which is currently only available to emerging growth companies (EGCs). The expansion would permit all prospective issuers to gauge market interest in a possible initial public offering or other proposed registered securities offering by discussing the offering with potential investors prior to the filing of the offering’s registration statement.
Wednesday, February 27. 2019
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