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Reg CF (Crowdfunding) Update

CrowdfundInsider.com shared a post this week celebrating Reg CF’s 3rd anniversary. In the post, the highlight the ups and downs of Reg CF over the last 3 years and summarize where we are today. Reg CF, the smallest crowdfunding exemption, allows an issuer to raise up to $1.07 million in a highly regulated environment. Issuers must use FINRA approved “Funding

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OTC Markets Executive Shares Expectations For Reg A+ In 2019

Last week, The SEC adopted final rules to allow reporting companies to rely on the Regulation A exemption from registration for their securities offerings. Following the news, Crowdfund Insider caught up with Jason Paltrowitz of OTC Markets Group to discuss Reg A+ issued securities trading on OTC markets. One of the questions Paltrowitz answered was about his expectations for Reg

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SEC Provides Temporary Relief for Issuers Using Reg CF & Reg A+ Impacted by Hurricane Michael

According to CrowdFundInsider.com, the SEC has issued temporary rules for companies impacted by Hurricane Michael that issued securities under Regulation Crowdfunding and Regulation A. The “Interim final temporary rule” issued by the SEC on October 16th, provides that an issuer subject to the reporting requirements of either Regulation Crowdfunding or Regulation A is exempt from any requirement to file specified reports or

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Three Ways Broker-Dealers Have Improved the Reg A+ Space

In a recent interview with Crowdfund Insider, Darren Marble, CEO and founder of CrowdfundX, shared three ways that broker-dealers have improved the Reg A+ space. Marble says, “The biggest change since June, 2015, when Reg A+ first went into effect, is that traditional capital markets players such as underwriters and broker-dealers are now participating in the market and adding measurable value

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