Since its enactment in 2015, Regulation A has offered an exemption from registration requirements for smaller companies that want to raise equity capital through a public offering of securities. Instituted by the Securities Act, Regulation A creates two tiers of public offerings. Each comes with distinctly different reporting and disclosure requirements as well as separate ceilings for the value of securities that can be issued in any given year.
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The Reg A Conference – New York City
The Reg A Conference dives into these topics with a slate of experts who know the rules of the road when it comes to securities offerings. Hear from executives who’ve steered their companies through public offerings, as well as legal experts, accountants, and investment bankers who help ensure optimal results. Learn about the distinct format options for preparing a prospectus, as well as what to include.
The Agenda: Comprehensive Content & Innovative Ideas
Reg A creates a wealth of fundraising opportunity for smaller companies. Although the rules and regulations are vastly streamlined, Reg A is by no means simple to follow. To navigate these thorny thickets, we’ve assembled panels of experts who are ready to dissect this area to the depth our attendees expect and demand. Get your questions answered and come away confident in the knowledge that you will be better prepared to take advantage of Reg A when it’s time to raise capital.