RegAMoney.com: (view press release) One of the main reasons that’s making the “Reg.A Money Show” such an important source of Regulation A+ information is the ability for listeners to submit their own questions to the show and get factual, real-world answers. In part 1 of this podcast, we tackle an interesting question from a listener who asks: “Once my offering is complete and qualified by the SEC, which one of the bulletin boards or markets should we chose to bring free trading shares to the market?” There are significant differences and requirements between the OTC QB/BB, NASDAQ, NYSE and others. Reg.A+ issuers need to understand what options are best and this podcast sheds some light on that decision. Plus, learn about what to expect at the upcoming National Investment Banking Association (NIBA) convention in New York City.
In part 2 of this “Reg.A Money Show” podcast episode, we cover a significant issue affecting “Emerging Growth Companies”. As background, Title I of the JOBS Act, (initially enacted on April 5, 2012), created a new category of issuer called an “emerging growth company” (“EGC”). An “emerging growth company” is defined in the Securities Act and the Exchange Act as an issuer with total annual gross revenues of less than $1 billion during its most recently completed fiscal year. The first of these emerging growth companies (“EGC’s”) will begin losing EGC status as the five-year anniversary of the creation of an EGC has now passed – and many are not happy with the increase in regulatory compliance that they’ll soon have to deal with. How will they react? Listen to this broadcast and find out.
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