For 25 years, Marc Indeglia has provided personalized counsel, representation, and advice rooted in a principled approach designed to give each client the individualized attention needed to achieve results. His practice focuses on securities, financings, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate representation. He has represented public and private companies and financial institutions such as broker-dealers, investment banks, venture capitalists, private investment funds, and family offices.
Marc has extensive experience in representing clients on a variety of corporate financing transactions, including public offerings, SPAC and reverse merger transactions, PIPE offerings, venture and private equity financings, private placements, and other private financings. In addition, he represents and advises companies regarding mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, spinoffs, reorganizations, restructurings, and recapitalizations. He routinely advises clients regarding securities law and public reporting requirements, corporate governance, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, stock exchange listings and compliance, entity selection and formation, executive compensation, fiduciary obligations, ethics, and general corporate matters.
Known for his creative and pragmatic problem solving, Marc has successfully represented clients in business, investment, and contract disputes. He has also represented and defended clients in connection with civil and criminal investigations, including those brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission, FINRA, state and county prosecutors, and state securities regulators.
Marc also serves as the President of The Small Public Company Coalition, a federal advocacy coalition that represents the small public company community, comprised of small businesses, investment firms, and other participants in the middle, small, and microcap markets through government relations, lobbying, and public education initiatives.
The Small Public Company Coalition, President
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