WATCH: Three of the world’s foremost IPO experts break down the current boom in tech offerings and explain why the bull market still has legs


By Dakin Campbell

The IPO market has been on a tear and it shows no signs of stopping. From initial public offerings to blank check companies, and everything in between, private companies are accessing the public markets at a clip not seen in decades.

On Wednesday, February 3, Insider spoke to experts from Goldman Sachs, Lead Edge Capital and Latham & Watkins about the current state of the market and how options like direct listings, hybrid auctions and blank-check firms are giving tech startups more choice than ever before.

The panel of experts unpacked the dynamics of the current market, and discussed why and when a particular company may choose one option over another. One conclusion that came out of the nearly hour-long conversation is that the bull market for tech stocks still has room to run.

Insider’s chief finance correspondent Dakin Campbell spoke with:

  • Kim Posnett, global head of investment banking services at Goldman Sachs
  • Greg Rodgers, capital markets attorney and partner at Latham & Watkins
  • Mitchell Green, founder of venture capital firm Lead Edge Capital

Watch the full webinar at the link below.