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PIPES: The CEO's Guide to Successful Private Investments in Public Equities download ebook

by Harlan P. Kleiman,Ronald F. Richards

PIPES: The CEO's Guide to Successful Private Investments in Public Equities download ebook
ISBN:
0972662308
ISBN13:
978-0972662307
Author:
Harlan P. Kleiman,Ronald F. Richards
Publisher:
Parachute Business Press (February 4, 2003)
Pages:
155 pages
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1629 kb
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1560 kb
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4.7

PIPES is the first book written for CEO's on the process of financing the public company with private investments.

PIPES is the first book written for CEO's on the process of financing the public company with private investments. The authors can safely claim to be among the most experienced PIPES bankers in PIPES is the first book written for CEO's on the process of financing the public company with private investments.

PIPE deals are part of the primary market.

Done right, a private investment in public equity, or PIPE, could bring your business much-needed cash. That kind of investigation is absolutely critical to a successful PIPE, notes Harlan Kleiman, senior managing director with New York City-based investment bank . Unterberg, Towbin and author of PIPES: The CEO's Guide to Successful Private Investments in Public Equities. Money always has a face behind it," he says. But the PIPE itself is a neutral mechanism, Kleiman adds.

This PIPEs book is the bible of the industry andthe source for anyone . The most informative book about Private Investments in Public Equity out there

This PIPEs book is the bible of the industry andthe source for anyone seeking straight answers regarding thisotherwise complicated subject. Dian Griesel, PhD Founder and Chairman, The Investor Relations Group. This book will become a handy reference to theinvestment community. The most informative book about Private Investments in Public Equity out there. In particular, Richard Gormley's chapter on the emergence of the PIPEs market is brilliant.

The rst truly comprehensive book on PIPE. s an active participant in the sector, I was impressed by their . s an active participant in the sector, I was impressed by their ability to bring in the best minds in the business for their detailed thoughts on structuring, strategy, and pitfalls for the issuers, advisers, and investors.

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Kleiman wrote a best-selling business book, Pipes: The CEO’s Guide to Successful Private Investments in Public Equities. Previously, Mr. Kleiman also served as a Director of National Public Radio. Unlock Charts on Crunchbase.

Companies must understand the complexities of a market gone global, with private investments in public equity expanding in the United States as well as in Asia and Europe. Steven Dresner brings together an all-star cast of contributors in his follow-up to PIPEs: A Guide to Private Investments in Public Equity, focusing this new book on the most prescient topics for informed readers.

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private equity fund investing in public companies does nothing different on first sight than a. mutual fund, but charges superior fees. 6 For an overview see . Kaplan, Strömberg (2008), and Schwetzler, Wilms (2007).

PIPES is the first book written for CEO's on the process of financing the public company with private investments. Written by Harlan P. Kleiman and Ronald F. Richards, PIPES reflects these bankers expertise garnered from completing over 120 PIPE financings worth more than $1.5 billion dollars. The authors can safely claim to be among the most experienced PIPES bankers in the industry.

PIPES was written to give the CEO an edge in negotiating transactions that build shareholder value.

Reviews:
  • Nirn
I'd strongly recommend this book to anyone contemplating private investment, not necessarily just PIPEs. It is well written in language that is neither overly technical, not condescending and covers most of the questions that a CEO is likely to raise when faced with raising private equity. Having said that, I was also hoping to get more insight into the disclosure aspects of PIPEs versus a public offering and greater insight into the relative advantages and disadvantages of the one versus the other. An illustrative example of the placement document itself would have rounded the book nicely too.
  • one life
This is a not only a fast read but is filled insightful information on what could otherwise be a difficult topic to understand.Not so with PIPES.The book is structured so that you can either breeze through selected specific sections or read it straight through in one plane-ride home.
The authors have done more of these kinds of deals than just about anybody in the country , and it shows in the writing. Now that the public markets are so hard hit and there is virtually no VC money available (same with IPOs) private offerings have entered the vanguard of corporate finance.I wish this book had been out when I was studying finance in college. It would have give me a leg up on the competition.
  • Clever
I have been CFO of a small-publicly traded company for about 5 years now and this book is long overdue!! Many of the people doing PIPE deals are shady individuals who try to take advantage of companies hurting for cash. Kleiman and Richards do exactly what the title says. They provide a guide to CEOs (and CFOs) explaining PIPEs in layman's terms. I read the reviews here before buying the book and I still don't understand the one from the guy who claims he has been in the "business of privately placing securities for public companies." This book wasn't written for you. It was written for people like me who people like you take advantage of! I'm a relatively intelligent person, but until now, no one has been able to clearly explain PIPEs to me. This book does it clearly and concisely. I highly recommend it to anyone who doesn't want to get ripped off by fast talking investment bankers.
  • Adrietius
I really enjoyed reading PIPEs: The CEO's Guide to Successful Private Investments in Public Equities. The authors not only created a roadmap for CEO's interested in accessing capital, but they have provided it, in an easy to understand layman's approach.
This book will also prove insightful to the average investor looking to gain further insight into the world of PIPEs.
I would recommend this book not only to CEO's and CFO's but also to the average investor, who armed with the knowledge of PIPEs, will help him/her become a more savy and successful investor.