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Access to capital to fund expansion and operations is critical to a company’s ability to meet its short- and long-term objectives. In the best of times, these transactions are highly complex, require sophisticated analysis, and often involve complicated structures.

 
PwC Deals Partner Mike Gould discusses the governance changes when going public.

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Reflecting the integrated nature of capital markets, we have broadened the discussion beyond Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) to include the equity follow-on market, the convertible market, debt markets, and spin-offs.

 
Spin-offs are an increasing trend in the marketplace. Is there one in your future? Hear the perspectives of Neil Dhar, Ravi Rao and Beth Paul on the current market trends, key considerations for carve-out financial statements, and how to be successful both during and after a spin-off.

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In the context of the current economic environment, the uncertainty and risk around raising capital has increased dramatically. New “wild cards” include evolving capital market regulation, contraction in the credit markets, the effects of significantly increased government borrowing and lending and global recession. Against this backdrop, the consequences of an improperly executed capital raising transaction have increased dramatically. PwC’s capital markets professionals have deep knowledge of international exchanges and regulatory processes and are available to help clients in the US and principal capital markets around the world. We can advise clients on their capital market transactions and help them understand the requirements of auditors, investors and regulators.

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