In Person

Go Public Your Way: Weighing IPOs vs Direct Listings

November 19, 2019
Event details
November 19, 2019
2:00 pm
San Francisco, CA

Event summary

The hottest debate of 2019 in the tech community has arguably been whether a company should seek to go public through a traditional IPO or a Direct Listing.

Join Cooley, Nasdaq and those who have experienced both processes for a conversation on IPOs vs. Direct Listings. Our esteemed panel of speakers will break down the processes involved in each path to going public as well as the pros and cons to help guide you on the best route to take for your company’s debut in the public market.

A full agenda will be added in the coming weeks.

Will Connolly – Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
Jonathan Curtis – Vice President, Portfolio Manager, Franklin Templeton
Kelly Steckelberg – Chief Financial Officer, Zoom
Adriel Lares – Chief Financial Officer, Fastly
Jesse Hulsing – Vice President of Investor Relations, Slack
Jay Heller – Head of Capital Markets, Nasdaq
Jamie McGurk – Managing Partner, Coatue
Jack Cassel – Vice President, Nasdaq
Jon Avina – Partner, Cooley
Dave Peinsipp – Partner, Cooley

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For more information please email Brianna Sullivan.

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