In 2015, the SEC amended Regulation A to permit public offerings without full SEC registration under the Securities act, provided an offering statement is filed and reviewed by the agency. This regulation has been used by companies of all sizes, from seed-stage startups to established enterprise. Regulation A gives companies the option of lighter regulation when making a public offering, although there has been a tendency to “over-lawyer” filings made under this exemption.
In this webinar, you will learn about the following:
- Which companies are eligible to make Regulation A offerings
- Types of offerings that Regulation A is currently being used for and the state of the market
- Rules relating to communications and marketing relating to Regulation A, including “testing the waters”
- Disclosure requirements, including financial statements
- The SEC’s process and how it differs from registered offerings
- Secondary trading issues
- Ongoing disclosure obligations
CrowdCheck CEO Sara Hanks will be leading this Webinar.