Overview of Nasdaq Private Market’s Role in Private Tender Offers

Published

January 18, 2018

Phyllis Korff and Ryan Dzierniejko of Skadden Arps talk about how Nasdaq Private Market plays a role in the facilitation and execution of private tender offers.

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Ryan Dzierniejko

Partner, Capital Markets, Skadden Arps Ryan Dzierniejko represents U.S. and international issuers and investment banks in capital markets transactions. He has significant experience leading high-profile transactions involving companies across a wide range of industries.

Phyllis Korff

Of Counsel, Capital Markets, Skadden Arps represents U.S. and international issuers and investment banks in a wide variety of financing matters

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