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By Trevor Starer
The chart below summarizes the business development companies ("BDCs") that have reduced, or sought to reduce, their asset coverage threshold based on filings made with the Securities and Exchange Commission, or SEC, through July 31, 2018.
By J. Paul Forrester
On July 31, 2018, the governor of Massachusetts signed the Clean Energy Future Act (CEFA) into law adding another 1,600 MW of authorized offshore wind before December 31, 2035 to the 1,600 MW
By Trevor Starer
Time and technology often conspire to make our existing views and approaches seem dated. It's inevitable, and such is the case with the regulations that address permissible communications by issuers.
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
The New York Stock Exchange LLC ("NYSE") proposes to amend Rule 2 to remove the FINRA or other national securities exchange membership requirement for member organizations.
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
Last month's announcement by FINRA marks the completion of the consolidation of FINRA's enforcement functions under the leadership of Susan Schroeder.
By Adam Wolk, David Duffee, Zack Polidoro
Beginning January 1, 2019, public-company borrowers will face a change to the treatment of leasing transactions under US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles ("GAAP") ...
By Trevor Starer
Counsel Brian Hirshberg discusses the availability of shelf offerings, capital markets opportunities
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
Offering documents for structured certificates of deposit make clear that the dealers selling the CDs will not make a market in the CDs.
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
Discussions on regulatory requirements generally focus on substance. Less often highlighted is how the nuts and bolts of compliance and daily operations are actually carried out—often by third-party service providers.
By Anna T. Pinedo
Neal Newman assesses the success of Regulation A in a paper titled, "Regulation A+: New and Improved after the JOBS Act or a Failed Revival?"
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
In the meantime, practitioners may be left wondering and hoping for the best but planning for the worst.
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
Many of the issues related to these nontraditional custom indices are familiar to those who are aware of the regulatory attention paid to complex products over the years.
By Bradley Berman, David Goett, Marla Matusic, Anna T. Pinedo, Remmelt Reigersman, Mingli Wu
Material conflicts of interest arising from financial incentives are treated differently under the Regulation, as those conflicts must be mitigated or eliminated, whereas other material conflicts of interest may be resolved with disclosure only.
By Trevor Starer
This note is not intended to set forth an exhaustive list of comments that the Staff can issue relating to a REIT's use of non-GAAP financial measures.
By Anna T. Pinedo
In connection with offerings of securities, the underwriters or placement agents negotiate a lock-up agreement with the issuer and its directors, officers, and control persons.
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