Category Archives: MicroCap Finance

Financial Industry Back Office Solutions Development & Escrow Management For SmallCap Companies Built On Experience

Sponsored From Reg A+ IPOs to Private placements, smallcap companies are using Stock Offering Solutions (SOS) to easily 1. create document management and database solutions, 2. open an escrow, and 3. implement dynamic programming solutions. Whether you’re gauging investor interest by Testing the Waters or raising capital or issuing shares to investors, SOS makes the process of managing documents simple

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What Are The Average Costs of A Reg A+ Offering?

At the recent Reg A+ Conference, Jillian Sidoti of Crowdfunding Lawyers delivered a presentation discussing what companies are paying to do Regulation A+ offerings. According to Sidoti, all Reg A companies must report certain costs in their filings including; – Legal fees – Audit fees – Underwriter – Sales commissions – Promoter fees So, What Are The Average Costs of A

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What To Do If You Can’t Clear Your MicroCap Stock From A Convertible Note

In a recent guest post, Mark R. Basile, Esq. shared a post titled “Let’s Make A Deal! – A Message to Convertible Note Holders And MicroCap CEOs.” In the post, Basile discussed how it is becoming increasingly difficult to clear stock in microcap companies, especially if that stock was part of a note conversion. So, what can you do if

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Jumpstart Your Fundraising With JumpIN

Sponsored Jumpstart Innovation & Investment, or JumpIN, is one of the most efficient capital raising platform for public and private companies raising $1 to $20 million. JumpIN’s super powerful in person platform allows companies to build personal connections with over 100 serious direct investors through bi-quarterly investor dinners at exclusive venues. These investor dinners are usually attended by over 100

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New Law Allows SEC Reporting Companies to use Regulation A+

Last week, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act which orders the SEC to allow reporting companies to use Regulation A+ (among other things). Previously, companies that were subject to SEC reporting requirements could not use Regulation A to raise capital.  That means all companies on the Nasdaq and NYSE, and SEC reporting companies on the

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ROTH Conference Regulation A Panel Answers Common Reg A Questions

Last month, the 30th annual ROTH Conference hosted 550 participating companies and over 4,700 small/microcap attendees. For those that couldn’t attend, the expert panels from ROTH are available for viewing online. One panel that was particularly interesting was the panel on Regulation A Offerings. The panel was moderated by Mitch Nussbaum of Loeb & Loeb LLP. Panelists included; Nazan Akdeniz (ROTH Capital

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Five Things To Consider When Retaining A MicroCap Investment Banker

In Part III of our Uplist Series, Todd Heinzl, of The Governance Box and UpListing.com, discussed the role of investment banking in uplisting. In the post Heinzl shared five things to consider when deciding which microcap investment banker is best for your company: 1. Capabilities/Credentials/Experience. Who will lead the equity capital markets and syndication functions for your company’s offering? Who will be your

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House Passes Bill To Increase Regulation A+ Limit to $75 million

Last week, the US House of Representatives passed the Regulation A+ Improvement Act of 2017 to increase the maximum amount a company can raise under Regulation A+ from $50 to $75 million. According to David Feldman, Esq., “If the Senate approves, most believe the President will sign this bill, which passed primarily on partisan lines, with most Democrats opposed.” According

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