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Risun Udawatta February 28, 2019
Everyone, please take your assigned seats — Intro to “How to Read an S-1” is now in session. In today’s class, we’ll be providing a brief overview of the primary IPO regulatory filing (or the “S-1” as it’s known in the securities world) and which sections of this document to focus your attention on. Given the slew of unicorns filing confidentially in recent months, it’s important to be familiar with this document for when these companies file publicly.
2019 may prove to be a banner year for initial public offerings, as more unicorns take steps towards the public markets. Within the last few months, we’ve seen Lyft, Uber, Postmates, and Slack confidentially file their IPO paperwork, along with Peloton, CloudFlare, and CrowdStrike hiring investment bankers as first steps in their IPO processes. As the public waits for these startups to publicly file their respective S-1, below is a brief how-to guide to help you tackle these documents.
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