JOIN US FEB 3: Execs from Goldman Sachs, Lead Edge Capital, and Latham & Watkins reveal what's on tap for the red-hot IPO market in 2021
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The market for initial public offerings was red-hot in 2020 and it shows no signs of slowing down in the first few weeks of 2021.
Already buy-now-pay-later company Affirm tapped the public markets, and gaming software company Roblox is aiming for a direct listing sometime next month. Other high-profile firms are hiring bankers and scrambling to take advantage of equity markets that continue to hit records.As companies look to go public, they have more choices than ever before. In addition to traditional IPOs, companies can go public by directly listing their shares on an exchange or selling to a blank check company. In December, the SEC approved the use of a direct listing to raise money in the primary markets, a decision some believe could pave the way for a wholesale replacement of the traditional IPO.
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