SEC Reg D vs Reg A+ (Or How to Capitalize on the New Rules for Private Company Fundraising)

Exciting news from the SEC: the ‘IPO-Lite’ is coming! Earlier this week, on March 25, 2015, the SEC voted unanimously (5-0) to introduce new regulations that will enable small and medium-sized private companies to raise larger amounts of money from investors before going public. These changes to the little-used SEC Regulation A will create an …

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Is the JOBS Act Working, One Year Since Key Changes to Rule 506 of Regulation D Went into Effect?

I’ve talked a lot about the JOBs Act on our blog, because it’s game-changing legislation that is having a profound impact on how money is raised privately, spurring new economic activity and job creation. The JOBS Act is permitting issuers of private securities to talk publically about their offer, and allows them to advertise that …

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