A "reverse merger" is a method by which a Private Company or an unincorporated business goes public. In a reverse merger, a Private Company merges with an existing Public Company with no assets or liabilities. By merging into such an entity, a Private Company becomes public. The Private Company obtains the majority of the Public Company's stock, will normally change the name of the Public Company (often to its own name), and will appoint and elect its management and Board of Directors.
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Financial Broker Relations
Offers expertise on going public, reverse mergers, investor relations and raising equity.
Investment Bankers Association
Provides reverse merger and public shells due diligence for companies going public via IPO. An association for investment banks, venture capital firms, private equity investors and angel investors that help businesses go public.
Keating Investments, LLC
A broker-dealer, registered investment advisor, and NASD member specializing in reverse mergers. Includes a description of services, portfolio of transactions, and staff profiles.
Tiber Creek Corporation
Offers go public and ipo services as well as information about reverse mergers, public shell and market makers. Assists with Regulation D private placements and how to raise capital as a public company.
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