John B. Lowy is a highly respected and acknowledged legal expert in reverse mergers, public company representation, capital formation, strategic consulting and private and public offerings of all types. He has represented private and public companies for the past three decades, providing technical guidance pertaining to complex securities laws.
As an attorney, an advisor or principal, the Manhattan-based Lowy has led or participated in more than 200 such transactions, creating market value well in excess of $6 billion. He has led the process by which these companies have raised capital or initiated reverse mergers, and has secured listings on their behalf on the NASDAQ and NYSE.
In addition to his work with domestic companies, Lowy has completed transactions for clients based in more than 15 countries. He has represented clients in low- and high-tech sectors, cryptocurrency/blockchain, real estate, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biotech, cannabis, mining, renewable energy, entertainment, food, agriculture, education and retail, among others.
He is a prolific writer on the topic of securities law and has spoken at numerous microcap conferences. Lowy is currently best known as a contributing editor to MicroCap Review, one of the most widely read publications in the microcap sector.
Lowy received his undergraduate degree from Tufts University and his law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, and is a licensed attorney in New York and New Jersey.