In The Press April 22, 2020

IPO Drought May Extend for Months With Coronavirus Lingering On (S&P Global)

Initial public offerings are down and may not rebound any time soon given the lack of certainty around the global coronavirus crisis' financial and economic fallout. After a historic market rout kicked off in mid-February, IPO activity in the U.S. quickly came to a standstill. It may not be until September or October when IPO activity picks up considerably, according to Rick Kline, co-chair of Goodwin’s Capital Markets practice. Read the article in S&P Global here