Tag Archives: MicroCap Investment Bankers

We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Stockbrokers (Apologies to John Huston and Mel Brooks) [Guest Post]

Guest Post By Irwin Stein, Esq. Ask a lot of people who are under 30 years of age and they will likely tell you that stockbrokers are evil charlatans who “caused” the 2008 market meltdown and the recession that followed. These young people cannot wait until all stockbrokers and other intermediaries are replaced by smartphone apps and automated systems that

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Five Things To Consider When Retaining A MicroCap Investment Banker

In Part III of our Uplist Series, Todd Heinzl, of The Governance Box and UpListing.com, discussed the role of investment banking in uplisting. In the post Heinzl shared five things to consider when deciding which microcap investment banker is best for your company: 1. Capabilities/Credentials/Experience. Who will lead the equity capital markets and syndication functions for your company’s offering? Who will be your

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Uplist Series Part III: Investment Banking

Welcome to Part III of our UpListing Series: Investment Banking. In order to Uplist to NASDAQ or NYSE, there is no requirement that your company undertake an offering to raise capital provided you meet the Exchange requirements. Specifically, if your company has the required amount of shareholders and at least $5m in shareholders equity then a simultaneous capital raise is

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Important Rules For ALL MicroCap Management Teams

In a recent post on IRMagazine.com, Jeffrey Goldberger (KCSA Strategic Communications) shared “Top tips to reduce the micro-cap performance gap“. In the post Goldberger shared these four important rules for all microcap management teams: 1. Embrace who you are – In many ways, microcap companies should not act like large and mega cap public companies. Microcap teams should embrace their unique characteristics

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