In plain English, a capital markets transaction is an extremely important contract. For a soon-to-be public company, an S-1 is thee most important contract. However, as discussed last week, (read here) there are many types of transactions – across all three main exchanges: OTC Markets, Nasdaq and NYSE.
Total transactions count for the first two-thirds of 2014 is 1,858… and all of these transactions needed a law firm – if not two or more. In fact, the 1,858 transactions counted listed 450 different law firms. Below is a graph of the top twelve, by transaction count.
We carefully track all capital markets transactions as Vintage executes the drafting sessions for law firms. We have become the intelligent value for transactions: in-house, at a corporate or law office and now more increasing, 100% virtual. You can see an in-house drafting session in this video.
Top twelve, in order of Q3 ranking. Click to enlarge.
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