There have been several questions asked by our clients and followers about the Jobs Act and how it applies to various companies in various situations. One question that came up yesterday was what if you are already a public company and your switching exchanges? We found this great questions and answers list from the SEC that should help clarify some details about the Jobs Act, your Sarbanes-Oxley / internal controls requirements and things you should consider relating to this piece of legislation:
This is some great information on the definition of swap-related terms for regulating derivatives from the SEC. Understanding this information can help you with your internal controls over treasury procedures and investments:
- Five years elapse from the IPO date
- Company produces more than 1 billion in gross revenue
- Company issues more than 1 billion in non-convertible debt within a 3-year period
- Company reaches accelerated-filer status (>$700MM public market float)
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