Oh SNAP!

Oh SNAP!

The first Tech IPO of the year arrived at the start of the month, and not a moment too soon. After a promising January, the IPO market hit a mid-February slump. Thankfully, it was able to snap out of it…

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February IPO Recap

February IPO Recap

Once again, when it comes to the new issuance market, the Ipreo Blog may have spoken too soon. Merely a month after crowing about 2017’s strong kickoff (especially in the face of 2016’s mutli-week drought to start the year), February’s…

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Non-GAAP Reporting

Non-GAAP Reporting

Last year, the SEC issued updated Compliance and Disclosure Interpretations (CD&I) around Non-GAAP disclosures, in an effort to drive greater transparency. Recently, Ipreo teamed up with Edelman Financial Communications to determine whether the new guidelines have been effective in achieving…

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January IPO Recap

January IPO Recap

Not to bring up old stuff, but 2016’s IPO market did not start off strong. The first IPO of 2016 did not arrive until the first week of February, and last year’s entire first quarter saw a mere six debuts…

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2016 In New Issuance

2016 in New Issuance

2016 saw a lot of change, much of which won’t have its true impact revealed for years. Great Britain left the European Union, the United States pinned its hopes to a reality TV star, the Chicago Cubs won the World…

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Ipreo Turns 10!

Ipreo Turns 10!

Ten years ago, Ipreo was born. We've come a long way in the last decade - a stretch that's been chockful of analysis and insight, acquisitions and innovation, data and research - and we're showing no signs of slowing down.…

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December IPO Update

December IPO Update

The end of the year is rapidly approaching. After our recent recap of November’s IPO activity — or lack thereof — we speculated that there likely wouldn’t be much more happening before we hit 2017. But it seems that December…

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November IPO Recap

November IPO Recap

In late August, after a fairly promising spring and summer, the IPO market went into its typical vacation-related swoon. After a few solid weeks in early fall, the slump has returned, and it may not be going away. The tail-end…

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