Unlike quiet periods following an IPO, which are closely regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), end-of-quarter quiet periods are more loosely defined and not strictly regulated.
While that provides flexibility for companies, it can also cause some stress and confusion: What’s the best way to manage investor relations during these quiet periods?
For a closer look at these informal quiet periods and how to determine the right approach for your company, download the FAQ below.
Tom McDonald is a Partner/Managing Director and Head of Business Development. He is responsible for marketing the firm’s capabilities to potential new clients as well as the institutional investment community.
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