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Regulation A+ and other alternatives to a traditional IPO

David N. Feldman

Regulation A+ and other alternatives to a traditional IPO

financing your growth business following the Jobs Act

by David N. Feldman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Finance,
  • Law and legislation,
  • United States,
  • Going public (Securities),
  • Small business,
  • New business enterprises

  • About the Edition

    This book delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of 2012 to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors. Written by the "Godfather of Reg A+, " this book breaks down the complex details of Regulation A+ and other alternative funding methods to help small businesses determine how best to go public and raise capital. A traditional IPO comes with barriers that can be insurmountable for a small company seeking to enter the public markets; thus far, reverse mergers have provided a challenging "back door" to the market, but Regulation A+ re-opens the front door to allow small cap companies to raise capital while keeping offering and compliance costs manageable in a way not possible with a traditional IPO. More complex than simple crowdfunding, yet just as accessible by all investors, Regulation A+ is a step up for entrepreneurs at any stage wanting to go public where Wall Street meets Main Street.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementDavid N. Feldman
    SeriesFinancial Series, Bloomberg financial series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKF1659 .F743 2018
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 155 pages
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26964714M
    ISBN 101119416159
    ISBN 109781119416159
    LC Control Number2017049244
    OCLC/WorldCa1008765376

      Regulation A+ offering s are now a legitimate way for them to conduct an IPO to the NASDAQ or to the NYSE. The upper limit in such IPOs is a raise of $50 million per company per : Rod Turner.   Regulation A+ has a limited history, but the recent experiences of companies that have gone public using Regulation A+ show that it is quickly becoming a valuable and viable tool for capital raising. It is less burdensome and requires a shorter timetable than a traditional IPO, but provides the same benefits of significant public equity capital.

      Myomo completed its initial public offering (IPO) under SEC Regulation A+, raising $ Million through the sale of k shares of its common stock at a price to the public of $ per : Rod Turner.   Funds raised in going public transactions can be used for working capital, research and development, retiring existing indebtedness, acquiring other companies. Regulation A+ Eligibility Regulation A+ is available to companies organized in and with their principal place of business in the United States or Canada.

      Fundrise's Low-Fee Crowdfunding 'iPO' Regulation A+. We asked Miller if he predicts that more companies will look at raising money online as a viable alternative to the traditional .   On August 18th Chicken Soup For The Soul Entertainment (NASDAQ:CSSE) completed their oversubscribed Reg A+ IPO to the NASDAQ Global market, raising $30 mill. There are now four completed Reg A+ Author: Rod Turner.


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Regulation A+ and other alternatives to a traditional IPO by David N. Feldman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO offers an in-depth examination of the complex JOBS Act, citing both the benefits and challenges.

Following the guidelines outlined in this essential guide, small businesses can determine how best to go public and raise much-needed capital.5/5(3). Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors.

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Feldman Get Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO now with O’Reilly online learning. O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from + publishers. Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors.

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Feldman, Esq: “The new Regulation A+ under the JOBS Act and other alternatives to a traditional IPO, including reverse mergers, direct listings and others. The book is called, surprisingly enough, Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO, and it can be pre-ordered now on Amazon.”.

Going Public – Regulation A+ – IPO Alternative Regulation A+ is designed to facilitate smaller companies’ access to capital by providing an alternative to direct public.

Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors. Written by the 'Godfather of Reg A+,' this book breaks down the complex details of Regulation A+ and other alternative funding methods to help small businesses determine how best to go public and raise capital.

Understand Regulation A+ and other alternative funding methods Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors. Written by the 'Godfather of Reg A+,' this book breaks down the complex details of Regulation A+ and other alternative funding methods to help small.

Understand Regulation A+ and other alternative funding methods Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs.

Reg A+ vs. Traditional S-1 vs. Regulation D vs. Regulation Since the JOBS Act revamped Ye Olde Regulation A (no “+”) in SEC rules that took effect in Junecompanies have better paths to raise capital.

In fact, Reg A+ offerings alone have raised over $ million in total. Comparing Reg A+ with its main alternatives helps explain.

Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO: Financing Your Growth Business Following the JOBS Act (Bloomberg Financial)5/5(2).

Regulation A+ and other alternatives to a traditional IPO: financing your growth business following the Jobs Act. [David N Feldman] -- This book delves into the details of the new SEC rules under the JOBS Act of to examine the benefits and pitfalls for entrepreneurs and investors.

These liquidity options make a Reg A+ offering a very attractive alternative to a Reverse Merger - buying a public shell on the OTC Pink Sheet market, and an IPO. A company that has completed a Tier 2 Regulation A+ offering has the option to take itself public by taking the listing steps outlined above.

It is not a requirement. Raising Capital Using a Regulation A+ Offering. If you’re looking for alternatives to an initial public offering (IPO), a Regulation A+ offering may be an excellent option — especially if you’re a smaller mes called a “mini IPO,” the regulation opens.

As I’ve mentioned several times already, one of the most important aspects of Regulation A+ is the ability to market the offering, which is also one of the fundamental differences between a Regulation A+ offering and a traditional IPO – the other fundamental difference being that a traditional IPO still requires state blue sky registration.

Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO: Financing Your Growth Business Following the JOBS Act (Bloomberg Financial)/5(13). These liquidity options make a Reg A+ offering a very attractive alternative to a Reverse Merger – buying a public shell on the OTC Pink Sheet market, and an IPO.

A company that has completed a Tier 2 Regulation A+ offering has the option to take itself public by taking the listing steps outlined above. It is not a requirement. Overall, early signs indicate that Regulation A+ may offer a potentially viable public offering on-ramp for smaller issuers—an alternative to a traditional registered IPO—and either an alternative or a complement to other securities offering methods that are exempt from Securities Act registration.

The US House of Representatives yesterday passed the Regulation A+ Improvement Act of (although reports it as the “Regulation At Improvement Act”). This bill would increase the cap on amounts to be raised under Regulation A from $50 to $75 million. If the Senate approves, most believe the President will sign this bill.

Regulation A+ is the colloquial name given to a recently adopted SEC rule that amended and expanded a rarely used offering exemption named Regulation A. Regulation A+ can be thought of as an alternative to a small registered IPO and as either an alternative or a complement to other securities offering methods that are exempt from registration.Regulation A+ IPO or The Mini-IPO; Remarkably Effective and Widely Misunderstood Introduction A recent article in the Wall Street Journal by Ruth Simon revealed that, “Roughly a year after the passage of new rules making it easier for fledgling businesses to tap U.S.

capital markets, just a handful of them have succeeded in doing so.Mr. Feldman has authored four books on finance and entrepreneurship, and contributed to three other books. His latest book, Regulation A+ and Other Alternatives to a Traditional IPO (John Wiley & Sons), was published in March