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U.S. Securities Laws and Foreign Private Issuers
U.S. Securities Laws and Foreign Private Issuers
2007 Edition
ISBN:  9781905121144
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Consultant Editor:Brian Lane
Publication Date:  31 Jan 2007
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
  • Explains what a foreign issuer needs to know about making offers in the US
  • Provides an introduction to the SEC and foreign private issuers
  • Covers SEC registered offerings and securities offering reforms
  • Looks at common exempt offerings
  • Deals with rights offerings, spin offs and other corporate transactions for foreign private issuers
  • Contains an overview of depositary receipts
  • Sets out reporting requirements for foreign private issuers
  • Assesses the Sarbanes - Oxley Act and foreign private issuers
  • Goes through de-registration and de-listing - leaving the US public securities markets
  • Takes into account brokers’ research in the context of a proposed offering
CONTENTS
  • The SEC and Foreign Private Issuers
  • SEC Registered Offerings and the Recent Securities Offering Reforms
  • Common Exempt Offerings
  • Rights Offerings, Spin Offs and Other Corporate Transactions for Foreign Private Issuers
  • An Overview of Depositary Receipts
  • Reporting Requirements for Foreign Private Issuers
  • The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Foreign Private Issuers
  • De-Registration and De-Listing: Leaving the U.S. Public Securities Markets
  • Brokers’ Research in the Context of a Proposed Offering
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