Hedin, Randi-Jean G.


Articles:

  • Friday, June 1, 2007
    A special purpose acquisition corporation, commonly known as a "SPAC," and formally a "development stage company," is a corporation formed for the purpose of raising capital through an initial public offering ("IPO") of its securities, in order to fund an acquisition of an existing operating company or companies. Though the SPAC itself has no business...
  • Sunday, April 1, 2007
    Pink Sheets launched OTCQX, a new market tier providing a premier trading, quotation and disclosure venue for securities of the highest quality companies in the United States' over-the-counter markets. On May 15, 2006, Pink Sheets, LLC began accepting applications to OTCQX and the International OTCQX premium tiers. The OTCQX premier tier levels require...
  • Thursday, March 1, 2007
    Pink Sheets launched OTCQX, a new market tier providing a premier trading, quotation and disclosure venue for securities of the highest quality companies in the United States' over-the-counter markets. The OTCQX premier tier levels require issuers to meet specific standards and ongoing public disclosure obligations. The ultimate aim is to differentiate...
  • Thursday, February 1, 2007
    Introduction
  • Friday, December 1, 2006
    A special purpose acquisition corporation, commonly known as a 'SPAC,' is a corporation formed for the purpose of raising capital through an initial public offering ('IPO') of its securities in order to fund an acquisition of an existing operating company or companies, often in a particular industry, sector or geographical area.1After an approximately 10-...
  • Friday, December 1, 2006
    A special purpose acquisition corporation, commonly known as a 'SPAC' (and formally a 'development stage company'), is a corporation formed for the purpose of raising capital through an initial public offering ('IPO') of its securities, in order to fund an acquisition of an existing operating company or companies.Though the SPAC itself has no business...
  • Friday, September 1, 2006
    A special purpose acquisition corporation, commonly known as a "SPAC," and formally a "development stage company," is a corporation formed for the purpose of raising capital through an initial public offering ("IPO") of its securities, in order to fund an acquisition of an existing operating company or companies. Though the SPAC itself has no business...
  • Wednesday, March 1, 2006
    Following a string of corporate and accounting scandals, Congress passed The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 ("SOX") to regulate corporate governance. While most of SOX applies specifically only to public companies, SOX raised the expectations as to all companies, including not-for-profit companies ("NFPs"). In Part I of this Article, we discussed SOX generally...
  • Wednesday, March 1, 2006
    In Part I, appearing in MCC's November 2005 issue, we discussed transactions such as spin-offs structured to avoid Securities Act registration of the stock of the subsidiary. In this Part II, we examine the steps required for registration of the stock of the subsidiary and the related restrictions on issuer communications and increased obligations as a...
  • Wednesday, February 1, 2006