Direct Listings Attract Interest As Market Awaits Primary Pioneer


"Advocates tout direct listings as more efficient and less expensive than traditional IPOs since shares are sold at a price set by the market instead of a book building process led by investment banks. This reduces the chance that sellers leave money on the table if a stock pops on the first day of trading."

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David Segre  Partner Palo Alto, San Francisco
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