Last call for our quant finance webinar this Tues night! Book Building an IPO – Economics and Implications

(Last Updated On: July 15, 2012)

Last call for our quant finance webinar this Tues night! Book Building an IPO – Economics and Implications

I am putting out a last call for upcoming online Meetup. There are a very few number of spots available. Details below with link:

NOTE: This is an online meetup through Goto Meeting. I will post the link as we get closer to the date but be aware there is an upper limit of 25 spaces!!

Book Building an IPO – Economics and Implications

This presentation will contrast the book building method ofInitial Public Offerings with the fixed price method. The underlyingeconomics of both methods will be highlighted as well as the implicationsthat they have for investors. At the end of this presentations,participants should be able to understand how IPO’s work aswell as draw implications for the recent Facebook public offering.

Book Building- IPO Economics and Implications

Tuesday, Jul 17, 2012, 9:00 PM

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I am working on a few more downtown Toronto Meetups. More webinars coming to!!


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