Previn Waas

Previn Waas is a partner with Deloitte & Touche LLP and the leader of Deloitte’s IPO Center of Excellence. He has more than 18 years of experience providing assurance, accounting, and other professional services to public and private companies in the technology, telecommunications, and media industries, with a specific focus on software and internet media companies. He has extensive experience leading IPO engagements as well as consulting on revenue recognition policies, share-based compensation, equity transactions, business combinations, and SEC pre-clearance filings and registration statements.

Prior to joining Deloitte’s Silicon Valley office, Previn was part of Deloitte’s National Office Technical Accounting Consultations group. He is a certified public accountant in California and has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Baylor University.

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With more than 150 years of hard work and commitment to making a real difference, our organization has grown in scale and diversity—approximately 245,000 people in 150 countries and territories, providing audit & assurance, tax, legal, risk and financial advisory and consulting services—yet our shared culture remains the same.

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Marc Deschenaux

Marc Deschenaux is our exclusively recommended IPO Advisory Services expert in Switzerland on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Marc directly using the contact details listed above.

Marc also known as “The Eagle of Wall Street” is a world renown specialist in Corporate Finance from private offerings to Initial Public Offerings (IPO’s). He raised private and public, equity and debt, for companies internationally. He also financed various types of operations, from import/export transactions to Real Estate Investment Trusts and organised governments loans.

Marc was involved in Entertainment & Music Industry. In 1998, he founded the World Intellectual Property Securities Exchange Corporation (WIPSEC), the first exchange quoting a new generation of securities representing ownership of a patent, a trademark, a music work, a movie or a technology. For the first time, an investor could invest purely in artistic creation or in technology without worrying about management.

In this venture, he allied the two fields he was involved in and made one of his dreams come true: to help artists and inventors raise the funds they need to create, through a financial market investing purely in the application of an idea.

He sat on the Boards of Directors of more than fifty companies worldwide. He founded 48 companies, he sold 32 of them at a profit and only 7 failed.

Through Aback, a record label, he produced artists of various genre. Through Publishing World, he acquired publishing and neighbouring rights from songwriters and artists. Marc Deschenaux also known as “The Eagle of Wall Street” is a world renown specialist in Corporate Finance from private offerings to Initial Public Offerings (IPO’s). He raised private and public, equity and debt, for companies internationally. He also financed various types of operations, from import/export transactions to Real Estate Investment Trusts and organised governments loans.