Getting listed on Wall Street: the Irwin guide to financial reporting standards in the U.S.
Foreign corporations are increasingly seeking access to U.S. securities markets long renowned as the most liquid and efficient in the world. Getting Listed on Wall Street outlines the regulatory and trading requirements these foreign corporations will face in their attempts to market their securities on the New York Stock Exchange, American Stock Exchange, or NASDAQ. Readers will find: A thorough listing of the reporting requirements for raising debt capital in the United States, as set forth by the SEC, NYSE, NASD, FASB, and others; A complete guide to U.S. institutional behavior in corporate governance matters.
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