Tag Archives: Regulation D

Pros and Cons of General Solicitation

I had an email exchange with a client this morning. I started it abruptly. “Are you going to generally solicit your offering?” He didn’t know what I was talking about.  He had been head down, building stuff, not reading and … Continue reading

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Meetup Thoughts Regarding Proposed Reg D and Form D Rules

At a meetup yesterday, someone asked me to comment on the proposed SEC rules regarding Reg D and Form D. Here is what I jotted down on the spot as comments someone could submit to the SEC: (1) The spirit … Continue reading

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Media Seeks Answers to General Solicitation

I received two calls from reporters the other day. They wanted to talk about the lifting of the ban on general solicitation, which happens effective Monday, September 23, 2013. Is the lifting of the ban on general solicitation exciting? Is … Continue reading

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10 Common Questions Regarding General Solicitation

On September 23, 2013, startups are going to be able to generally solicit their securities offerings under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. There are a couple of catches. If you generally solicit: 1) You cannot accept funds from any investor … Continue reading

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More Questions About Generally Solicited Offerings

If You Generally Solicit, Can You Go Back? Come September 23, 2013, companies are going to be able to generally solicit and generally advertise their private company securities offerings under Rule 506(c) of Regulation D. This is a big deal. … Continue reading

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