A summary of the most common types of securities bought and sold in the financial markets, including debt, equity and hybrid securities.
An introduction to public offerings and private placements. Includes explanations of the most common types of private and public deals, such as IPOs, follow-on offerings, secondary offerings, Reg D offerings, Rule 144 and 144A offerings.
The primary differences between follow-on offerings and IPOs. Covers deal process, timing and documentation.
An overview of shelf takedowns and the applicable rules. Includes a discussion on shelf registration statements and how the shelf takedown process differs from other offerings in terms of timing, process and documentation.
Debt and equity offerings are a lot alike, but there are important differences to be aware of. This course explains how debt deals differ from equity deals and focuses on the applicable rules and regulations, documentation, terminology, diligence and closings.