Form F1 - Securities & Going Public Lawyers

Form F-1 and Foreign Private Issuer Disclosures

A foreign private issuer going public can register an offering of securities under the Securities Act of 1933 (Securities Act) or may register a class of equity securities under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Exchange Act), or… Read More

How Does A Foreign Issuer Register Shares When Going Public?

A foreign issuer seeking to go public has several registration statement forms available for its going public transactions. Regardless of the registration statement form selected, all registration statements and other material filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission… Read More

Foreign Issuers Going Public and How? Securities Attorney

Foreign issuers seeking to go public have several options for their transactions.  Foreign issuers seeking to go public in the U.S. may complete an initial public offering or direct public offering by registering an offering of securities with the Securities… Read More

Form F-1 Registration Statement – Going Public Attorney

Typically, foreign companies seeking to raise capital attempt to obtain public company status.  Foreign companies that go public in the U.S. can register shares with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the… Read More

Can A Foreign Company Go Public in the U.S.? Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog Typically, foreign companies seeking to raise capital attempt to obtain public company status.  Foreign companies that go public in the U.S. may complete a public offering by registering securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission… Read More

Form F-1 Going Public Attorneys – Foreign Issuer Lawyers

SEC Form F-1 is commonly used by foreign issuers in connection with their going public transaction. Typically, foreign companies seeking to raise capital attempt to obtain public company status.  Foreign companies that go public in the U.S. can register… Read More

Going Public for Foreign Issuers

OTCQX Attorneys - Going Public Lawyers

Many foreign issuers seek to access the U.S. markets as part of their financing strategy.  Foreign issuers that do not wish to become subject to the SEC’s reporting requirements have a number of options in their going public and… Read More

Going Public For Canadian Issuers – Multijurisdictional Disclosure System

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The Multijurisdictional Disclosure System was adopted in July 1991 by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and the Canadian Securities Administrators to facilitate cross-border public offerings of securities between the U.S. and Canada…. Read More

What Are the Benefits of Foreign Issuer Status in Going Public Transactions?

  Securities Lawyer 101 Blog A private foreign company seeking to go public may be classified as a U.S. domestic issuer or a non-U.S., private foreign issuer under SEC rules.  A company’s status as a private foreign issuer has… Read More

How Does the JOBS Act Benefit Foreign Issuers? Going Public Lawyers

Securities Lawyer 101 Blog The JOBS Act offers incentives for foreign issuers seeking to go public and enter the U.S. capital markets without filing a Form S-1 or other registration statement under the Securities Act of 1933, as… Read More