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Автор Steven Dresner

Steven Dresner


Книги автора Steven Dresner

Crowdfunding. A Guide to Raising Capital on the Internet
Crowdfunding. A Guide to Raising Capital on the Internet
A groundbreaking book on the growing trend of crowdfunding Crowdfunding has gained considerable traction over the last few years. By combining the Internet/social media with equity-based financing, it is poised to usher in a new asset class that will change how early stage and small business financing transactions are consummated. Author Steven Dresner, Founder and CEO of Dealflow.com, understands the nuances of how crowdfunding can help companies gain much needed access to capital, and now he shares those insights with you. Engaging and informative, this book will serve the needs of a global audience comprising entrepreneurs, financiers, and other professionals. It skillfully addresses the market dynamics that are catapulting crowdfunding into the mainstream and explores essential issues ranging from planning an online campaign, post-transaction management, and business planning to securities law and tax issues. Puts the business of crowdfunding in perspective with a look at the current marketplace, overview of important data, and legitimate concerns Examines effective techniques for communicating with the crowd Details equity-based financing and other sources such as debt instruments Contains contributions from a wide array of individuals involved in the worlds of finance, law and accounting, social media, marketing, as well as DealFlow Media's own staff Crowdfunding affords-start ups and other smaller businesses better access to capital via the Internet/social media. It also allows an investor of any size to back a business of their choosing. This new book will show you what this process entails and how it can benefit everyone involved.
The Issuer's Guide to PIPEs. New Markets, Deal Structures, and Global Opportunities for Private Investments in Public Equity
The Issuer's Guide to PIPEs. New Markets, Deal Structures, and Global Opportunities for Private Investments in Public Equity
Regulatory changes, market fluctuation, and new deal structures have ushered in a new era for the PIPEs market. Companies must understand the complexities of a market gone global, with private investments in public equity expanding in the United States as well as in Asia and Europe. Steven Dresner brings together an all-star cast of contributors in his follow-up to PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity, focusing this new book on the most prescient topics for informed readers. With chapters on international PIPEs, new deal structures, the latest legal complications, and the most recent regulation, Dresner’s new book details the changes in the PIPEs market, with an emphasis on the matters most closely tied to issuers. Steven Dresner is the founder of DealFlow Media, a publishing, database, and events company focused on analysis of emerging financial markets. He is also an active investor.
Reverse Mergers. And Other Alternatives to Traditional IPOs
Reverse Mergers. And Other Alternatives to Traditional IPOs
In good markets or bad, reverse mergers play a key role for companies that want to avoid the IPO route for going public. Since the successful first edition of Reverse Mergers was published in 2006, the economic and regulatory landscape has changed. Executives, owners, lawyers, accountants, professional investors, regulators, and others need to know what those changes mean for reverse mergers. Reverse-merger expert David Feldman gives an overview of the most important changes since the previous edition was published: new SEC regulations, the changing nature of SPACs (Special-Purpose Acquisition Company), and the emergence of new instruments called WRASPs (WestPark Alternative Senior Exchange Process). The book includes a new chapter on China, and the “Experts Speak” chapter features all new interviewees. David Feldman is one of the country’s leading experts on reverse mergers, self-filings, and other alternatives to IPOs. His firm has guided hundreds of companies on going public, advising them on structure and mechanics, financing, due diligence, regulatory issues, and more.