The Return of Buyout-Backed IPOs
- Brogue traders. O'Donnell, David // Lawyer;12/9/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 49, pIR4
Reviews the activity in the Irish corporate market following the economic downturn in 2002. Mergers and acquisitions; Initial public offering; Stock market; Public-to-private transactions; Venture capital; MBOs.
- Signal weakens for Verizon as it tries wireless IPO. Mcdonald, Michael // RCR Wireless News;9/25/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p74
Reports the stock performance of Verizon Communications Inc. in the United States. Impact of the initial public offering for wireless units on the company stocks; Merger with other companies; Information on the revenues generated for the first half of the year 2000.
- Consolidations, spinoffs shape business climate. // Fairfield County Business Journal;02/28/2000, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p12
Focuses on the trends that will shape the business climate in Connecticut in 2000. Volatility due to Internet stocks; Shortage of capital for non-Internet initial public offerings; Mergers between banks, insurers and brokers; Competing takeovers by consolidating industries before deals are...
- China Calling. Maia, Pat // Orange County Business Journal;3/27/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p30
The article reports on the popularity of reverse mergers on Chinese companies looking to get a U.S. stock listing. Chinese companies use the reverse merger to avoid some of the regulatory barriers in seeking an initial public offering. Daniel K. Donahue, a partner with Preston Gates & Ellies LLP...
- China's Middle Market Takes New Route to US. O'Connor, Colleen Marie // Investment Dealers' Digest;8/21/2006, Vol. 72 Issue 33, p7
The article reports on the increase of reverse merger in China. The reverse merger involves a private company buying an already publicly traded entity, merging the two businesses, and thus obtaining a public stock float. The Chinese companies using this tactic to gain access to U.S. markets. The...
- Raising Equity Finance. // Henley Manager Update;Summer2003, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p36
Deals with raising equity finance by making initial public offerings (IPO). Relationship between firm age-at-IPO and aftermarket stock performance; Reasons before considering a stock market listing or going public; Importance of market timing; Information on reverse mergers; Mechanics of a...
- Do Newly Public Acquirers Benefit or Suffer from Their pre-IPO Affiliations with Underwriters and VCs? Arikan, Asli Musaoglu; Capron, Laurence // INSEAD Working Papers Collection;2009, Issue 51, p1
We examine whether pre-IPO affiliations affect post-IPO corporate events, namely acquisitions. On the one hand, newly public acquirers may benefit from their pre-IPO affiliations through residual signaling value or/and resource-related benefits. On the other hand, newly-public acquirers may...
- Borzou Daragahi. // Money;Oct99, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p153
Offers the answer to a reader's question on Web sites that present all the details of mergers and acquisitions. Various sites that provide information on mergers and acquisitions; Various levels of detail provided by companies; How you can use the information to better predict stock performance.
- Univar IPO a success. Chang, Joseph // ICIS Chemical Business;6/29/2015, Issue 3665, p1
The article focuses on the initial public offering (IPO) of the chemical firm Univar. Topics include Univar's shares sold to wealth fund Temasek Holdings, money raised by Univar to pay in corporate debt maturing in 2017 and 2018, and opportunity for Univar to make investments in acquisitions. It...