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Securities Regulation: Raising Capital in U.S. Markets, from Start-up through IPO and Beyond

A complex web of securities regulations governs the process by which businesses raise capital in the United States. This course reviews the legal regime governing capital formation, from angel financing and venture capital rounds that fuel start-up activity in Silicon Valley, through the initial public offerings (IPOs) by which companies "go public" (with special reference to the recent Alibaba IPO), and reporting obligations that arise once firms are publicly traded. The course also considers the evolving role of on-line securities placement markets, such as Angel List. In addition, the course examines the "Rule 144A market" through which many of the world's largest entities raise billions of dollars a year in U.S. markets, without ever becoming subject to SEC public disclosure requirements. Elements used in grading: Final exam.

2014-2015 Winter
01/05/2015 - 03/09/2015 Wed ,Thu ,Fri 9:30 AM - 10:50 AM
Instructors: Joseph A. Grundfest
Notes: In-class Final.

Instructors for this course (Past and Present)

Joseph A. Grundfest