Rule 506 Offerings Exemptions

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"Corporate Finance Alert: SEC Adopts Regulation A+ to Provide New Exemption for Smaller Capital-Raising Transactions"

On March 25, 2015, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted the final rules for the new Regulation A+ exemption, which will permit eligible issuers to conduct securities offerings of up to $50 million without...more

Corporate and Financial Weekly Digest - Volume IX, Issue 6

In this issue: - SEC Division of Corporation Finance Issues Guidance on Rule 506(c) Private Placements - SEC Issues No-action Relief Regarding Registration of M&A Brokers - CFTC Issues Guidance on New...more

New Rule 506(d) "Bad Actor" Disqualification - A Continuous Diligence Headache for Emerging Companies

As required by the Dodd-Frank Act, the SEC on July 10, 2013, adopted final Rule 506(d) to "disqualify felons and other bad actors" from Regulation D private offerings. New Rule 506(d) identifies persons and triggering events...more

SEC Adopts "Bad Actor" Disqualification for Rule 506 Private Placement Offerings

On July 10, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously to adopt a “bad actor” disqualification for Rule 506 private placement offerings under Regulation D. Rule 506(d) will prevent issuers from relying on...more

Finally, SEC Adopts Regulation to Permit General Solicitation in 506 Offerings—Worth the Wait?

Yesterday, the SEC adopted its final rules to eliminate the prohibition on general solicitation in Rule 506 Offerings as well as rules that prohibit certain “bad actors” from relying on Rule 506 exemptions. As detailed in my...more

SEC Issues Frequently Asked Questions on Exemption from Broker-Dealer Registration Under the JOBS Act

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Trading and Markets has issued Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) that provide guidance on the exemption from broker-dealer registration in Section 201(c) of the Jumpstart...more

New FAQs On Broker-Dealer Registration Exemption

On February 5, 2013, the SEC released FAQs regarding Section 201 of the JOBS Act, which offers a new limited exemption from broker-dealer registration....more

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