Public advertising in ‘private’ Regulation D offerings


The Securities and Exchange Commission on July 10 promulgated rules implementing the 2012 JOBS Act provision permitting public advertising in “private” securities offerings sold to “accredited” investors.

The action, more than a year overdue, permits implementation of one of the most controversial (and investor-risky) provisions of the JOBS Act.

Originally published in New England In-House on August 22, 2013.

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Topics:  Accredited Investors, General Solicitation, JOBS Act, Regulation D, SEC

Published In: Communications & Media Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, Securities Updates

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