Monthly Archives: December 2016

Is it worthwhile to do an IPO during an era where Private Equity can invest considerably in the later rounds?


Is it worthwhile to do an IPO during an era where Private Equity can invest considerably in the later rounds? The business channel, Bloomberg, broadcasted a dispute of the advantages/disadvantages of IPO (Mark Cuban) vs. Silicon Valley (Andrew Romans) in … Continue reading

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How will the new Trump Administration impact International technology deals?


In a Silicon Valley pitch investment meeting hosted by Chinese investors, an audience member asked the presenter whether CFiUS had approved or would approve the potential investment of the NorCal sensor company.  The presenter replied in the affirmative.  I actually … Continue reading

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Due Diligence


Due Diligence, that is “doing your homework”, comes in many forms in business transactions.  One applies to M&A or investments where the investor’s team validate the information about the target company.  Legal and financial representatives go about requesting various documents, … Continue reading

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