Law360 (May 17, 2018, 8:04 PM EDT) -- After years of avoiding initial public offerings, venture-backed technology companies are now leading the charge, a trend experts say is buoyed by strong investor appetite for technology IPOs and a desire among aging startups to provide their shareholders liquidity.
The rise in technology IPOs marks a shift from the past few years, when a surge in late-stage private investment made it easier for companies to defer going public. While massive private capital is still available — SoftBank last year launched a $100 billion Vision Fund that is investing heavily in technology firms — advisers to technology issuers say many startups that...
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