Mr. Donohoe is President of Donohoe Advisory Associates LLC, which specializes in advising public and private companies and law firms on stock exchange listing matters and related corporate governance issues. Since founding Donohoe Advisory in July 2004, Mr. Donohoe has represented hundreds of companies in stock exchange listing hearings. He has also assisted many dozens of other issuers and law firms in connection with the structuring of financing and merger and acquisition transactions so as to comply with applicable stock exchange rules. Additionally, he has been instrumental in procuring stock exchange listings for a large number of companies and has assisted with the consummation of nearly one hundred reverse mergers involving Nasdaq-listed companies.
Mr. Donohoe also currently serves as Managing Director – Investment Banking for ROTH Capital Partners, LLC (a FINRA member firm: www.ROTH.com), where he assists issuers in connection with equity and debt offerings and advises on merger and acquisition transactions and restructurings.
Prior to forming Donohoe Advisory, Mr. Donohoe served as Chief Counsel for the Listing Qualifications Department of The Nasdaq Stock Market. Over his nine year tenure, Mr. Donohoe successfully worked with hundreds of companies to resolve listing issues related to initial public offerings, mergers, acquisitions, financings, debt conversions and other corporate restructuring transactions. Mr. Donohoe joined Nasdaq in 1995 as Counsel for the Hearings Group and subsequently held several positions of increasing responsibility. From 1996 until his departure in June 2004, he was responsible for overseeing all Nasdaq delisting and initial listing hearings, during which time he personally conducted more than 1,500 hearings and oversaw a docket in excess of 4,000 companies.
Additionally, Mr. Donohoe served as liaison to the Nasdaq Listing and Hearing Review Council, a standing committee comprised of members of the business community, where he was responsible for developing and promulgating listing standards and associated policies.