31 minutes · July 22, 2019
In the afterglow of Slack’s successful Direct Floor Listing, NYSE’s Vice Chairman John Tuttle visits the ICE House to unpack how this novel path to public ownership has become has become a popular path for some companies, and why the New York Stock Exchange is the only market for these unique transactions that bypass the traditional IPO process. Learn how the Direct Floor Listing uses the NYSE’s 227 years of experience to bring companies the advantages of being publicly traded in a brand new way.
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