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PODCAST: Regulation A+ Endgame: Requirements for Accessing OTC Capital Markets

RegAMoney.com (view press release here): The Reg.A Money Show continues to provide relevant Regulation A+ information to businesses and investors with their latest podcast addressing perhaps the most important aspect of a Reg.A+ deal: the endgame, which many times results in an OTC markets listing. Listen to the Part 1 overview here:

Listen to “Regulation A+ Endgame: Requirements for Accessing OTC Capital Markets (Part 1)” on Spreaker.

Once a company has filed their Form 1-A, have their Regulation A+ offering qualified by the SEC, and sold their deal, the final step in the process is to go public with a trading symbol. There are many options available and it’s crucial to understand the requirements for such action. The second part of this particular episode of the “Reg.A Money Show” goes through them all in detail and helps companies decide what listing may be right for them. Do you go OTC BB, OTC QB, or Pink Sheets? Find out these answers and much more!

Listen to “Regulation A+ Endgame: Requirements for Accessing OTC Capital Markets (Part 2)” on Spreaker.

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