A recent article from the Tech Europe section of WSJ.com "London Aims to Make Tech IPOs Easier" looks at some of the proposals being considered to make it easier for tech companies to launch their initial public offerings in London, and to make London the high-tech capital of Europe. UK regulators have looked at the recently-enacted US law Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act for ideas on how to smooth the IPO process for growing tech companies. The two main proposals being considered are (1) allowing companies to list a smaller proportion of their shares in an IPO; and (2) reduced reporting requirements for a period of time.
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