New SEC private company stock rules-–and new markets for minority shareholders--offer new opportunities

Last month the SEC sent a letter stating that the agency is "moving toward easing decades-old constraints on share issues by private companies, in a sweeping review that could remake the way American start-ups raise capital," says Jean Eaglesham in the Wall Street Journal.

Learn what possible changes could alter both the liquidity and marketability of private company shares – and learn more about firms providing a marketplace for private company shares­ during the webinar “What do the new minority share exchanges mean for private company value and strategy?” on June 7th.   BVResearch, a partnership between Business Valuation Resources and Aranca, has assembled an exclusive panel of leading experts to lead the webinar.  This panel includes:

  • Jeff Thomas, Senior Vice President, SecondMarket
  • Susan Casey, Founder, Square 1 Bank
  • Neil Beaton, Partner in Charge, Grant Thornton
  • Paul 'Chip' Lion, III, Partner, Morrison Foerster
  • Lawrence Lenihan, Jr., CEO, FirstMark Capital