Watch and learn: Regulation A+ went into effect in June of 2015 with the intent of reviving the smaller IPO market by allowing companies to accept funds from both accredited and non-accredited investors. This has provided a new option for companies to raise capital for growth.
There are a variety of differences between making a Reg A+ Offering and making a conventional IPO to raise capital, and each type of offering can have Pros and Cons for different types of companies.Reg A+ is just beginning to demonstrate its potential to become a major new regulatory and fundraising path for emerging growth companies – however, Reg A+ came without an instruction manual.
This webinar will deliver some actionable direction for you including:
- Introductions & Overview
- What is a Regulation A+ Offering?
- Regulation A+ Offerings vs. Initial Public Offerings
- Regulation A+: Advantages and Disadvantages
- Who Should Make a Regulation A+ Offering?