By Dennis McCarthy – (213) 222-8260 – email@example.com
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Today, Wall Street investors are receptive to buying public company stock, even IPOs, initial public offerings, which is a sure sign of investor appetite.
So, in this receptive Wall Street environment, many small cap public companies are considering raising equity capital.
Now, small cap public companies have many more options for the mechanics of raising equity. That’s a good thing but requires company management to make some choices, preferably good choices.
To help companies to better understand what options are available as well as some of the tricks and traps, I created a series of videos on raising equity for small cap public companies.
In this equity series, I’ll address topics including:
- How to get the best deal.
- What are key regulatory rules.
- What are the available mechanisms for raising equity and
- What are the pro’s and con’s of each mechanism.
Each of my videos will be short and focused on one element of the topic.
I plan to supplement my videos with contributions from other professionals who will add their special expertise to the series.
I hope you’ll enjoy this series. Give me your feedback to make it even better.