The JOBS Act, recently signed into law, was (simplistically speaking) a grab-bag of various initiatives bound by a common goal of making it easier for smaller businesses to access the capital markets. This article examines the various possible impacts of one of these initiatives, commonly called the "IPO On-Ramp," and points to a recent SEC filing by a company qualifying as an "emerging growth" company under the statute which may highlight how startups view some of the downside risks in the bill.
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The IPO On-Ramp in the JOBS Act: Saviour, Scoundrel, or Hardly Relevant?