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www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Reg A+ Advertising
Caution This is only a very brief summary. Make sure you comply with the rules. Seek competent advice from a qualified securities attorney.
You can do “test the waters” solicitations to the general public either before or after the filing of the Reg A+ offering statement with the SEC.
If you test the waters before filing the offering with the SEC, you do not have to file anything with the SEC. However, you must put a legend on all ads, before or after filing. The legend says three things: (1) no money or other consideration is being solicited, and if sent, will not be accepted; (2) no sales will be made or commitments to purchase accepted until the offering statement is qualified; and (3) a prospective purchaser’s indication of interest is non-binding.
After you file your Reg A+ offering with the SEC, you have to add your preliminary offering circular or a link to it with your ads. If your preliminary offering circular changes, you must update
If you make a non-public filing with the SEC, you must make it public 21 days before qualification.
You have to file your solicitation documents with the SEC. You must deliver the final offering circular no later than two business days after sale.
You can make regularly released factual business communications but this generally does not include predictions, forecasts, or opinions on security valuations.
Reg A+ offerings are generally not integrated with other offerings but you must be very careful with ads for both offerings.
To get a more detailed memo on what you can and cannot do, email me, John E. Lux at John.Lux@Securities-Law.info
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