Tag Archives: Regulation A+

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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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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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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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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SEC Investigating Nasdaq Listed Cryptocurrency Reg A

The SEC is investigating trading activity in shares of LongFin Corp (Nasdaq: LFIN) according to a 10-K the company filed this week. LongFin’s stock had soared more than 1,000 percent in two days after the company announced in mid-December it was buying a microlending company using the same blockchain technology as bitcoin. The blockchain connection and related price spike made

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