Entrepreneurs can successfully plan, launch and manage their own Regulation Crowdfunding campaigns and extend those campaigns beyond the reach of Title III of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act.
“Regulation Crowdfunding has significantly leveled the playing field for raising capital, but it has serious limitations,” said Timothy Daniel Hogan, CEO of Commonwealth Capital. “For example, a company seeking capital through Regulation Crowdfunding can only use Regulation Crowdfunding as the exclusive exemption and only one portal to raise capital with only one offering. If it doesn’t work, then you’re out of options.”
“However, if you conduct your Regulation Crowdfunding with a Regulation D, Rule 504 securities offering document, you can then legally extend the offering beyond Regulation Crowdfunding,” added Hogan. “You also need a ‘marketable deal structure’ to successfully attract investors; otherwise your entire effort will be wasted.”
For Further details visit: Commonwealth Capital
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