Keeping Two Offerings from Being One Illegal One – Bruce E. Methven

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If a company makes two securities offerings too close together, the securities regulators may consider the two offerings “integrated”, meaning two parts of a single offering. That can violate the requirements of the securities exemptions being used, making the offerings illegal.

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