EY releases Global IPO Trends report for Q3

Global professional services firm EY published its Global IPO Trends report for Q3 2017 today and noted that IPO volume this year has already exceeded totals from 2016, with 1,156 deals raising $127 billion through the first nine months. EY expects final numbers for 2017 to range from 1,600 to 1,700 public offerings and between $190 billion to $200 billion in capital raised.

“The timing for any IPO is dependent on both investors’ appetite for new company stocks, which is driven in part by how well the overall stock market is performing, and by the financial and operational story of the individual company pursuing a public offering,” said Greg Beams, a partner in EY’s Seattle office. “One measure of how hungry investors are for new company stocks is how long it takes a company to go public after they complete the initial filing of their IPO registration documents.”

Read the full article: Global IPO market on pace for best year since 2007; more Washington companies expected to go public (GeekWire)

September 27th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , |

EY’s Salt Lake City offices will give you serious office envy

Utah Business recently got a sneak peek into EY’s new Salt Lake City offices. The office is a reflection of the company’s unique culture in providing the proper set-up to help its clients.

“Our people have told me that what they love most about our new EY office in downtown Salt Lake is the open atmosphere and amazing views of downtown and the mountains,” said Shawn Goff, EY Salt Lake City Office Managing Partner.

Read the full article: Office Envy (Utah Business)

September 15th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , |

Crain’s Seattle features EY’s Brian Kaemingk in its “If I Knew Then” section

EY’s Brian Kaemingk is part of the Performance Improvement Analytics team, helping Fortune 500 retail and consumer products companies leverage data to optimize customer experience. He spoke to Crain’s Seattle about his recent participation in EY’s Vantage Program, what it taught him and the impact it’s had in his career.

His mistake? “Focusing too much on moving up and keeping up with the Joneses, in terms of my career. After getting my MBA and starting at EY, I was very motivated to climb the ladder. When you go down that path, however, you become very focused on what’s in front of you, and you don’t take a step back to refresh.”

See the full article and Kaemingk’s lesson: “If I Knew Then…”

August 11th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , |

Crain’s LA spotlights EOY Greater Los Angeles finalists and their Venice experience

Two EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Greater Los Angeles finalist companies, inMarket and StackCommerce, sat down with Crain’s to share their unique experiences establishing headquarters in the eclectic and diverse LA neighborhood known as “Silicon Beach.” In 2011, Venice was known more for skateboards than startups and Snapchat. But, that year, Google leased 100,000 square feet of space in Venice to relocate from Santa Monica. Dollar Shave Club would soon begin shipping razors from a Venice garage.

 
“Venice brought us The Doors in the ’60s, and in the early 1900s Venice was like Disneyland. It’s always been a place for new things, entrepreneurs who are pushing forward, rulebreakers rather than rule followers,” said Todd Dipaola, CEO of inMarket. “That’s always attracted me to Venice.”

Read the full article: Venice’s laid-back vibes still draw startups to the beach (Crain’s LA)

Todd Dipaola, CEO of inMarket.

July 25th, 2017|Categories: Client News|Tags: , , , , , , |