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In part 2 of this episode, we answer a question from a listener about the steps you need to take for a solid corporate structure and sound foundation as a company moves forward with its Regulation A+ offering. What is essential before doing a corporate audit or before engaging an attorney? Should you create an LLC or a corporation and what are the bylaws and resolutions of such an entity? What function does a Secretary of State serve and why is it important to consider the specific rules of your domicile state of incorporation? Common vs. Preferred shares? And at what par value? A formal accounting process is crucial. It doesn’t matter how many investors are cultivated – these are all points to consider before you’ll be able to open a bank account and start taking deposits from your loyal followers (who you’ll be in contact with via all the marketing efforts that will lead to a successful Regulation A+ offering).
The answers to these questions lay out a foundation to a solid corporate structure which is exactly what Fat Brands have done in their quest to be listed on a major exchange. FAT Brands (NASDAQ: FAT) became the sixth Reg A+ “IPOtogo” to list and trade on the NASDAQ or NYSE. The company raised its maximum of $24 million by selling 2 million shares at $12 each at a pre-money valuation of $96 million. In addition, their offering is the first Reg A+ deal to provide a dividend (which is 4%). More on this on a future “Reg.A Money Show” podcast…
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