Adam Berkaw practices in the areas of capital markets and general corporate law and represents investment banks and issuers in connection with public and private securities offerings, SEC reporting requirements, and corporate governance matters. He has experience assisting in numerous types of transactions, including initial public offerings; public and private secondary offerings; and investment-grade, convertible, and high yield debt offerings. He also has advised issuers on SEC reporting requirements, corporate governance, and stock exchange rules and regulations.
Adam has worked with many different types of issuers, including multinational corporations, middle market companies, and private equity firms, and on transactions across many industries, including banking, mining, pharmaceuticals, energy, telecommunications, and energy. Prior to joining Jones Day in 2014, his representative transactions included the spin-off of Sibanye Gold from Gold Fields and its subsequent SEC registration and public listing of American Depositary Receipts on the New York Stock Exchange and the recent rights offer conducted by Woolworths in which American institutional investors were allowed to participate.
Adam is a member of the New York Bar Association.