01/06/2014 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Corporate Finance | Capital Markets, IPOs, and Emerging Companies + Venture Capital
David M. Lynn
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On December 18, 2013, the SEC proposed rules to implement the mandate of Title IV of the JOBS Act by creating a framework for Section 3(b)(2) offerings. The JOBS Act permits non-reporting companies to conduct "mini" public offerings, or Regulation A+ exempt offerings to raise up to $50 million in proceeds. A Regulation A+ offering may prove a compelling capital-raising alternative for growing companies and may be a useful stepping stone on the way to an IPO. For some companies, Regulation A+ may be a viable alternative to an IPO. We will discuss the proposed rule, as well as provide a perspective on the utility of Regulation A+ and on the Regulation A+ market.
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New York and California CLE credit is pending.
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