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Sullivan Client Advisory: SEC Adopts “Regulation A+” Creating a New Category of Exempt Private Placements

Posted by Howard Berkenblit on April 9, 2015 at 5:18 PM

The SEC has adopted new rules that provide for an additional category of offerings exempt from registration under the Securities Act. This new “Regulation A+” restatement of the Regulation A exemption was mandated by the JOBS Act and is intended to make the previously underutilized Regulation A more useful to smaller companies engaged in capital-raising offerings.

Click below to read the complete Client Advisory, co-authored by Sullivan attorneys Howard Berkenblit, Ed Miller and Will Hanson.

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Topics: the JOBS Act, Regulation A, Regulation A exemption, Tier 1, Tier 2, offerings

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