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Are you planning to raise capital? Do you plan to register your offering with the SEC or do you plan to use an exemption from registration?
Under the Securities Act of 1933, any offer to sell securities must either be registered with the SEC or meet an exemption from registration. The most commonly used exemptions for interstate offerings are provided in Regulation D, Regulation A+ or Regulation Crowdfunding. If you’re considering an intrastate offering, you may want to consider Rule 147/147A for the registration exemption.
Irregardless of the exemption you choose, each exemption has its own specific requirements, its own set of rules and document requirements for raising capital.
Our SEC Compliant Documents
|Whether your business is a corporation, an LLC, a hedge fund, private equity fund or real estate fund, we have the documents you need to be SEC compliant; plus, our SEC compliant documents are easy to use and easy for you to edit for your offering.|
And, we have documents for both equity (including equity with warrants) and debt offerings.
The SEC is becoming more vigilant of private offerings. It’s important that you understand and comply with the SEC’s rules, information, filing and document requirements regarding offerings under Regulation D, Regulation A+, Regulation Crowdfunding or Rule 147/147A.
|Our SEC compliant documents and other services are not a substitute for the advice of legal counsel.|