Big week in the tech world as Twitter took the first steps of its eagerly awaited initial public offering, setting a price range for its shares that was below what some analysts had expected.
However it was an equally interesting couple of days for non-tech deal professionals with acquisitions across the data, healthcare, consumer, and industrials spaces. See this great piece on how to optimize the value of a company post-transaction. So what happened this week in the capital markets?
- Twitter comes to Wall Street
- Why the jobs report has become meaningless
- Harvard endowment’s private equity future
- SEC finally does its job on crowdfunding
- Post crisis small buyout funds generating superior returns
- Golub provides $153M in financing for Aurora ad-tracking acquisition
- Kinderhook- and Mansa-backed E4 Health completes third add-on with acquisition of Wellness Corporation
- Permira to purchase maker of Dr. Martens for $485M
- First Reserve to acquire lifting services- and equipment-provider TNT Crane & Rigging from Odyssey
- Biotech company CytoDyn completes $15M private placement via leading placement agent in small offerings Paulson Investment Company
This week on Axial:
3308 active deal opportunities
721 deal opportunities in draft mode