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One of The Cannabis Industry’s Biggest Brands Announces Nasdaq Reg A+ IPO

One of the oldest and biggest names in the cannabis space, High Times, is officially going public on the Nasdaq via Regulation A+. Last week, High Times announced that the Reg A share price will be set at $11, a valuation of approximately $225 million, and anyone can buy shares just by visiting hightimes.com/invest. The Reg A+ announcement comes after

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Panel Recordings From The Reg A Conference Available For Viewing

Yesterday, several hundred finance and legal professionals and investors participated in The Reg A Conference in New York City. The conference featured panels and keynotes covering a lot of hot Reg A topics. All of those panels and keynotes are now available for free online viewing! Some of the panels you can view on the conference website include;  The State

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OTC Markets Group Applauds Expansion of Regulation A+ for SEC Reporting Companies

OTC Markets Group Inc. issued a press release yesterday applauding the May 24, 2018 enactment of the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act (S.2155), which includes key legislation expanding Regulation A+ to SEC reporting companies. Regulation A+ allows small companies to raise up to $50 million online, transparently and directly from the public without the extensive cost burden

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Expert Shares Advice For Cannabis Companies Looking to Access The U.S. Capital Markets

In a recent interview with Cannabis Business Times, Marcum LLP’s David Bukzin discusses IPOs, SPACs, Reg A+s, and how companies in the cannabis industry can use them to secure funding. Marcum recently completed the work on the first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in the cannabis space, and is handling an IPO for a cannabis oil extractor in California that intends

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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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How Are Cannabis IPOs Different In Canada Than In The U.S.?

In a recent interview with Cannabis Business Times, Marcum LLP’s David Bukzin discusses IPOs, SPACs, Reg A+s, and how companies in the cannabis industry can use them to secure funding. Marcum recently completed the work on the first special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) in the cannabis space, and is handling an IPO for a cannabis oil extractor in California that intends

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Five Takeaways For Blockchain Companies Looking to Reg A+ For Security Token Offerings (STOs)

In a recent LinkedIn post, Darren Marble of CrowdfundX shared five realities for US blockchain companies looking to Reg A+ for their Security Token Offerings (STOs). According to Marble “US blockchain companies are now looking to Reg A+ to run their Security Token Offerings (STOs). However, it seems that there are many misconceptions.” 1. You need an auditor. Reg A+ requires

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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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SEC Commissioners Push For Increase To Regulation A Offering Amount

Last week, SEC Commissioners Michael S. Piwowar and Hester M. Peirce delivered a letter to the Senate Committee on Banking and the House Financial Services Committee. Piwowar and Peirce are breaking ranks with other SEC commissioners over a proposed increase to the Regulation A Tier II offering limit. While others at the SEC believe there is no need to increase

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