About Long-Term Stock Exchange
Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE) offers a stock exchange infrastructure. It provides a collection of listing standards, software tools, and advocacy focusing on the public company experience by introducing approaches to executive compensation, shareholder voting, disclosure practices, board and stakeholder policies, and community governance. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.
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Latest Long-Term Stock Exchange News
Oct 10, 2023
1 minute read | October.10.2023 Orrick represented Castelion in a funding round co-led by Andreessen Horowitz and Lavrock Ventures. THE COMPANY Castelion describes itself as a “new kind of defense manufacturing company.” It focuses “on the rapid development and mass manufacturing of complex defense systems, with an emphasis on schedule, affordability, and scale – the critical components of maintaining the military advantage needed for a lasting and enduring peace.” THE IMPACT The funding, along with U.S. government contracts, will accelerate Castelion’s efforts “to design, build, and test capabilities that make affordable and timely overmatch possible,” the company said . THE TEAM LEARN MORE San Francisco Office; Santa Monica Office; Silicon Valley Office John Bautista, a member of Orrick's Technology Companies Group, leads Orrick's international Technology Companies practice connecting Silicon Valley with Europe and Asia. John focuses his practice on advising emerging companies and investors, and represents both public and private high-tech and life sciences companies in many areas, including corporate and securities law, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, public company representation and technology licensing. The Recorder named John the “2019 Innovator of the Year” for his work as the chief lawyer on the Long-Term Stock Exchange, a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission-approved exchange designed to change the paradigm of traditional stock markets by rewarding entrepreneurs and investors committed to long-term business strategies. Financial Times recognized John as one of the Top 10 Most Innovative Individuals of the Year in 2017, calling him “one of the most influential lawyers in the technology ecosystem of Silicon Valley.” He is ranked Band 2 by Chambers USA California, for Venture Capital and Chambers USA Nationwide, ranked him Band 3 for Startups & Emerging Companies. John is a Board member and co-founder of the Long-Term Stock Exchange, which is creating a new stock exchange for public companies supporting long-term investors, as well as an advisor and co-founder of Clerky.com, a company automating legal work for early-stage companies. He is also recognized for his work with Y Combinator companies. Prior to joining Orrick, John was a founding attorney of Venture Law Group and served on the Executive Committee. John previously practiced at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich & Rosati. John also served as Mayor of the City of Cupertino, California and a council member from 1993-1997, where he helped build important public partnerships, including with Apple Computer, the Mid-Peninsula Open Space Preserve, and San Jose and California Water Companies. Montana Ware is based in Austin, Texas and is a managing associate in Orrick's Technology Companies Group. Montana primarily represents emerging growth companies, venture capital funds and other strategic investors in a wide array of corporate matters, including early and late-stage venture funding rounds, formation and corporate governance, securities issuances and mergers and acquisitions. Select engagements Montana has advised on include: Represented Stripe in its $6.5 billion Series I round Represented Solugen in its $350 million Series C and $200 million Series D financings Represented Merama in its $225 million Series B and $80 million Series B follow-on financings Represented Next Insurance in its $250 million Series C financing, $250 million Series D financing and $250 million Series E financing Represented Coatue Management in its investment in the $100 million Series B financing of Mercury Technologies Represented D1 Capital Partners in its investment in the $450 million Series D financing of Andruil Represented Inspire Semiconductor in its $2.5 million Series A financing and acquisition of Greenfield Acquisition (TSX:GAC.P), a publicly-traded SPAC, by way of a reverse merger Represented Codecademy in its $525 million acquisition by SkillSoft (NYS: SKIL), a New Hampshire based provider of educational software Represented Envisics in its $50 million Series C financing Represented Supabase in its $30 million Series A and $80 million Series B financings Represented Coatue Management in its $17 million investment in LiveControl Represented a Brazilian digital entrepreneurship platform in its Series A financing Represented a cloud software company in its Series C investment in an enterprise blockchain company Represented a talent management software provider in multiple financings Represented a cloud software company in its $30 million Series B investment in an open source SQL database Represented the investment arm of a global financial services company in its Series A investment in an intelligence platform using AI and predictive modeling Represented the venture financing division of a large insurance company in its participation in the $29 million Series E financing of an insurance claims technology provider Represented a voice-controlled mobile platform in its $20 million Series C financing Represented the venture financing division of a large technology company in its Series C investment in an application traffic manager Represented Calibrate Ventures in its investment in the $20 million Series A financing of GrayMatter Represented Coatue Management in its investment in the $35 million Series B financing of Crivello Technologies Represented Fintual, a Chile based company that provides savings and investment options through an online platform, in its $39 million Series B financing Represented Flex Capital in its investment in the $23 million Series A financing of GoFreight Inc. Represented InsideSherpa in its $25 million Series B financing Represented Gym Class in its $8 million Series Seed financing Represented Keen Technologies, an AI startup, in its financing Represented Radiant in its $12.6 million Series A financing Represented Red Sea Ventures in its investment in the $25 million Series A financing of Accrue Savings, Inc. *Please note: Montana’s experience includes that prior to joining Orrick. Santa Monica Office Laura advises investors, startups and high-growth tech companies from formation to exit, particularly within advanced technology industries such as space, aerospace, robotics, machine learning, AI and clean tech sectors. She is primarily focused on venture capital financings, corporate governance, equity incentive plans, M&A, formations, secondary transactions, listings and outside general counsel guidance. Laura was a corporate attorney with Gunderson Dettmer in New York. Before joining Orrick, she led companies through transformational growth as general counsel. She was most recently General Counsel of Relativity Space, an orbital launch company that automates rocket manufacturing using 3D printing, robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence. At Relativity Space, she helped scale the company from 60 to 1,000+ employees and the legal team from 1 to 11, helped raise $1.3 billion in funding (Tiger Global, BlackRock, T. Rowe, Bond, Playground), worked with the operations teams to secure millions of square feet of physical infrastructure (including a former Boeing C-17 factory), negotiated launch contracts with major satellite companies and helped the company prepare for its first launch of its rocket to space. Prior to that, she was a general counsel in the transportation and logistics space. She is a founding member of TechGC, a community platform for General Counsels of leading venture capital funds and high-growth technology companies and served on its Steering Committee and Executive Board. Laura speaks five languages and when she isn’t pursuing her passion of advising companies that seek to improve the lives of future generations, she’s spending time outdoors with her husband and kids, painting, having laughs with friends or doing yoga.
Long-Term Stock Exchange Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Long-Term Stock Exchange founded?
Long-Term Stock Exchange was founded in 2015.
Where is Long-Term Stock Exchange's headquarters?
Long-Term Stock Exchange's headquarters is located at 250 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
What is Long-Term Stock Exchange's latest funding round?
Long-Term Stock Exchange's latest funding round is Series C - II.
How much did Long-Term Stock Exchange raise?
Long-Term Stock Exchange raised a total of $172.08M.
Who are the investors of Long-Term Stock Exchange?
Investors of Long-Term Stock Exchange include James Walton, The Space Between, Founders Fund, Initialized Capital, Collaborative Fund and 11 more.
Who are Long-Term Stock Exchange's competitors?
Competitors of Long-Term Stock Exchange include Dream Exchange and 6 more.
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