Corporate Finance and the Securities Laws

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Aspen Law & Business, 1997 - Business & Economics - 955 pages
Written from a unique transactional perspective, this best-selling classic -- now in its second edition -- contains in one volume everything you've always wanted to know about the law of corporate finance; doing deals, structuring them; shepherding them through the regulatory process; keeping them out of trouble; and getting them closed. The book is a one-stop source of Financial transaction acumen. It contains a chapter on asset-based financing as well as comprehensive coverage of: Regulation M governing market activities during distributions
-- New innovative financial products, including Trust Originated Preferred Securities and Off-Balance Sheet
-- Monetizations
-- The hybrid rules adopted by the CFTC in 1993
-- The impact of Rule 144A on the private placement market
-- New developments in the laws relating to liabilities for false or misleading disclosure documents
-- The impact of rapidly expanding global markets.

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Dr. Charles J. Johnson's quest for adventure has taken him to 65 countries and the world's most exotic places. "Reunion Promise" is a fusion of fiction with his global travel, experiences in African diamonds, and his coming-of-age romance among the vineyards of Northern California. He has lived in Australia, Botswana (Africa), California, Hawaii, Maryland, and Virginia.

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