RegAMoney.com: (view press release) As Regulation A+ becomes more “mainstream” as an equity crowdfunding vehicle to raise money by accessing capital markets, we’re seeing more companies get interested in started their own Reg.A+ offering – and we’re also seeing more investors asking about how to get involved with these offerings and which ones make for strong profit potential. While Reg.A+ is proving to be a success, it is not a cut-and-dried process, especially when you consider providing documentation to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Once a company does their audit and submits their original filing, the SEC provides comments which need to be addressed which requires filing an amended Form A-1. Then the SEC comments on that amended document and so on until the Offering becomes SEC qualified. Then you’re off to the races!
Which offerings have the potential to go “big” with a listing on a major exchange such as NYSE, NASDAQ, or OTC? Many times the issuer will tell you their intentions on their offering statements. It’s a good idea to look for companies that have 4 million in assets, an independent Board of Directors, and more than 300 shareholders. When a company is successful with a listing on an exchange such as the NASDAQ, now you have a marketable security – and you’re ready to reap Reg.A+ rewards! When you do Reg.A+ right and understand brand awareness is key, you’re in a no-lose situation. Part 2 of our Reg.A Money Show podcast explains why as we mention 3 specific Reg.A+ offerings as examples.
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