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More Questions About General Solicitation

There is a lot of confusion about the SEC’s new rules that will allow, starting September 23rd, the general solicitation and general advertisement of private company securities offerings under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. If you want to read these … Continue reading

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Questions Over General Solicitation Rules

Folks have a lot of questions about the SEC rules regarding general solicitation that go into effect on September 23rd. (Check out the SEC Rules). On September 23rd, it will become legal for corporations to generally solicit their Reg D … Continue reading

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What should you do before generally soliciting?

What happens on September 23rd? You can generally solicit your private company securities offering under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. What are the drawbacks? 1. You can only accept “accredited investors.” What is an “accredited investor”? Generally this means a … Continue reading

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Why Is September 23rd An Exciting Day?

On September 23rd something very important happens. For the first time since we’ve been alive (at least, most of us), private companies will be able to generally solicit and generally advertise their all accredited investor Rule 506 securities offerings. Yes, … Continue reading

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The Response: Astonishment

I was talking to a group over breakfast the other day about the JOBS Act and the new rules we hoped would soon be finalized regarding general solicitation (this was before the final rules came out). And I was summarizing … Continue reading

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