Securities & Equity Financing Transactions
For investors and issuers, we advise on:
- Equity financings
- Recapitalizations and equity capitalization table clean-ups
- Issuer private tender offers
- Preemptive rights offerings
- Other securities transactions
- Integration with existing and new equity incentive plans, including profits interests, stock option, and restricted stock plans
- Securities law compliance
Our experience extends to a wide variety of transactions, including those involving:
- Preferred equity issuances
- Convertible notes
- Equity repurchases
- Secondary sales
- PIPE issuances (and all associated securities law filings)
Although our clients’ activities span virtually all industries, we have a deep familiarity with the technology, health care, business services, and consumer products sectors. In these and other areas, we are privileged to represent leading funds. We have considerable experience leading transactions for U.S.-based investors in enterprises that are either headquartered or maintain significant operations abroad.
Regardless of the client or transaction, FDH brings to its securities transactions execution that meets the demands of the matter. Meanwhile, we pride ourselves on possessing an intimate understanding of our clients.
Represented L Catterton in a growth capital investment in DIBS Beauty, a fast growing color cosmetics brand. Read more.
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