Living without the SEC: how IPOs tried to beat a record shutdown
On January 25, after a record-breaking 35-day shutdown, a deal was finally struck to fund US government activity until February 15, but without another agreement, state agencies will again close down on that day. Equity capital markets bankers could face further disruption and precious few options for getting IPOs out of the door.
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