Law Blog Category: Regulation D

SEC Modernizes Intrastate Crowdfunding; Amending Rules 147 And 504; Creating New Rule 147A

On October 26, 2016, the SEC passed new rules to modernize intrastate and regional securities offerings. The final new rules amend Rule 147 to reform the rules and allow companies to continue to offer securities under Section 3(a)(11) of the Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”). In addition, the SEC has created a new Rule Read the full article…

Changes In India’s Laws Related To Foreign Direct Investments- A U.S. Opportunity; Brief Overview For Foreign Private Issuers

Make Laura Anthony’s Blog Site #1 Click Icon Below and Vote NOW In June 2016, the Indian government announced new rules allowing for foreign direct investments into Indian owned and domiciled companies. The new rules continue a trend in laws supporting India as an open world economy.  A large portion of the U.S. public marketplace Read the full article…

SEC Study On Unregistered Offerings

SEC Issues Report On Accredited Investor Definition

SEC Issues Guidance On General Solicitation And Advertising In Regulation D Offerings

Intrastate Crowdfunding Legislation Has Passed in Florida

SEC Division of Corporation Finance Issues Guidance On Bad Actor Waivers

Understanding The NSMIA And Navigating State Blue Sky Laws- Part II

First Issuer Completes NASAA Coordinated Review For Regulation A Offering

Concurrent Public and Private Offerings

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