We’ve heard from some of our clients that potential investors are getting spooked by the crypto winter and the FTX meltdown.
If you aren't current in your Reg A reporting, you could still be violating securities laws even if qualified by the SEC
It’s 1-SA filing season again for Regulation A filers, and time to make some observations about the consequences of not filing.
So May 2 marked the due date for most companies in the crowdfunding world to file their annual reports on Form 1-K or C-AR.
And many companies didn’t.
One of the great benefits to issuers under the SEC’s rules for offerings under Tier 2 of Regulation A, effectively created by the JOBS Act, is the preemption of state requirements for registration of the offer and sale of securities.
Don't miss SuperCrowd22! CEO Sara Hanks will be speaking at this event.
Save the date for the Reg A Conference! Our own Jeanne Campanelli is a featured speaker. The event will take place at the Westchester Country Club on June 17th, 2022.
Save the date for Equity Crowdfunding Week 2022! CEO Sara Hanks will be a guest speaker at this event.
When do companies need to tell investors about criminal proceedings that allege their officers and directors have engaged in fraud? According to some state regulators, it may be sooner than companies expect.
In a recent settlement, an issuer was found liable for failing to disclose in its Reg A offering the ongoing criminal proceeding involving allegations of fraudulent behavior against their CEO even though there had not been a conviction. Further, the criminal proceedings at issue were outside the United States.
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If you work with us, you will hear it many times that we strongly advise against financial projections … as they can get you in trouble. However, companies always seem to want to include projections that start from zero, and grow exponentially. This type of financial projection that is untethered to reality is a primary driver of what will cause investors to sue for being misled because investors expect companies to believe that those projected results are attainable.