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needs of your company and your goals for going public.
Most companies go public to raise capital, but there are many other reasons why a company would want to go public and may include higher valuations, using stock in a public company as currency to acquire other companies, assets & to trade for advertising.
One of our team of trained experts with many years experience would be happy to discuss your needs for going public, including your financial needs and the many other benefits of going public.
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The CEO of our corporation has been an attorney for many years. There are 2 ways to go public. A company can go public on their own which takes several months or they can speed up the process by merging with a public shell corporation. When private businesses merge with public shells it is called a reverse merger. No matter the type of financing your company needs, be it Private Placement, Venture Capital, or a Regulation D, we can assist your company's growth and expansion.
Reverse mergers with public shells are one way many companies choose to go public because it makes the going public process faster and easier. Our company would be happy to assist you in going public. We look forward to your inquiries and offer the best professional services at the most reasonable cost.
If you're going public it is mandatory to be guided by a lawyer that has many years experience in the field of securities law.
If you've always had the dream of taking your business to the public markets, we can help you achieve that dream. Our team of experienced going public consultants can outline a cost effective plan for your company to enter the public markets. Our affordable IPO alternative will guide you to reap the benefits of being a public company without the costs associated with a traditional IPO (Initial Public Offering). Let us guide you each step of the way to ascertain if you need Venture Capital, a Private Placement, Regulation D offering.
Regulation D, sometimes also referred to as Reg. D is an SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) exemption that provides the means for a private company to properly sell securities to investors. It outlines very precise regulations pertaining to how private companies may receive capital from investors. A Regulation D offering is a favorite money raising vehicle for many private companies. Entrepreneur's that are seeking to raise capital via equity or private financing should have a securities offering ready, making available the Regulation D structure to accommodate these type of investments.
Although the business deal can be rather small, involving but a few investors at most, you still need to provide the proper contract structure, disclosure documentation, and the investment accords needed for capital formation. Many people don't prepare a Private Placement Document correctly because each company is unique and you must have complete risk disclosures for investors. Each company and its industry must be researched to give the proper disclosures and risks for investors. Regulation D is very limited since it really is just how private companies raise capital. It is limited in that you can only raise money from friends and family and there is no advertising. It simply provides the laws in which a private company can raise money. The preferred way to raise capital is to go public. For a company that is going public it is permissible to advertise for investors. You must be advised by a skilled securities law attorney in this regard to make sure you are following the proper guidelines and procedures regarding securities law.
Private Placement is the raising of capital through private venues, rather than public offerings, to a limited number of investors - as in the Regulation D offering, above - and is one of the often used means to raise capital, since it doesn't entail registration with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The services of an experienced securities attorney are needed to prepare a private placement with a PPM (Private Placement Memorandum) disclosing the full facts of the company's business.
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Although the influx of capital is a very definite advantage, the fact that most venture capital firms will want decision-making power via a seat on the board is an item begging very serious consideration.
There are better and more creative ways for your company to raise capital. Contact our team of professionals to review your company and suggest our better alternatives.