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Equity Capital Markets in United States: Regulatory Overview

9 July 2018
Practical Law Company
This Practical Law Company Q&A guide to equity capital markets law in the United States gives an overview of main equity markets/exchanges, regulators and legislation, listing requirements, offering structures, advisers, prospectus/offer document, marketing, bookbuilding, underwriting, timetables, stabilization, tax, continuing obligations and de-listing.

This article was first published in the Capital Markets Global Guide 2018 and is reproduced with the permission of the publisher, Thomson Reuters.


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