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How General Solicitation Works -- Title II of the JOBS Act

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By NMEX Aministration 3215 days ago

Categories: Finance & Investments

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A good video coverage of the topic.

How General Solicitation Works -- Title II of the JOBS Act

Published on Oct 3, 2013          

Originally posted on Crowdfunder: http://www.crowdfunder.com/p/understa.

Webinar Details:

The JOBS Act legislation is changing the way small businesses and startups raise capital.  On September 23, the final rules enacted under Title II of the JOBS Act lifted the ban on general solicitation, allowing startups to advertise for the first time in over 80 years that they are fundraising . 

Title II opens up an unprecedented opportunity for businesses to solicit investments from investors beyond their existing network. This can help young companies more efficiently meet their fundraising goals by growing their potential investor pool, but it also brings new challenges: companies must be aware of and comply with the  new rules & requirements imposed by the SEC and the serious consequences for those who break the rules.

If you are interested in generally soliciting for investments in your company, or are just curious about the rules regarding general solicitation, this webinar will be a great starting point for you.

In this webinar, Kate Karas, Deputy General Counsel at SecondMarket and Rafe Furst, SVP at Crowdfunder will give you the latest update on the JOBS Act regulations and will discuss how raising capital via general solicitation works.

Key Takeaways:

-- Get the latest update on the final rules enacted under Title II of the JOBS Act

-- Learn how companies can use general solicitation today to raise capital, including what steps are required by the SEC

-- Understand some of the benefits and risks of raising capital via general solicitation

-- What this means for investors

Disclaimer: The content of this webinar does not constitute legal advice. Viewers should consult their own legal counsel if they need advice regarding the application of Title II to their particular situation.


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