Cohen, Alex
November 2004
Lawyer;11/22/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p15
Trade Publication
Looks into the proposed reforms introduced by the U.S. SEC that promises to bring the process of offering securities to the public. Identification of issues that will be addressed through these proposals; Minimum public float required for equity issuers; Questions they fail to address.


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