It seems that even though smaller companies have been afforded a tremendous financing opportunity by the passage of Regulation A+, few have taken full advantage of the "mini-IPO."
The most prevalent hurdle is also ironically the simplest to overcome; attorneys and broker-dealers do not fully understand Regulation A+ and are consequently still not comfortable with the new fund-raising option.
Attorney Laura Anthony, founding partner of the corporate law firm Legal & Compliance, LLC, joined Andy Kyzyk, Vice President of Advisor Relations for OTC Markets Group, to host a panel discussion on Regulation A+. The purpose of the webinar was to elaborate on how Regulation A+ works and what issuers, investors, attorneys and broker-dealers really need to know.
Read the entire story here in the Huffington Post.
Securities attorney Laura Anthony and her experienced legal team provide ongoing corporate counsel to small and mid-size OTC and exchange-traded issuers as well as private companies going public on the over-the-counter market, such as the OTCQB and OTCQX or an exchange such as NASDAQ or NYSE MKT. Legal & Compliance, LLC is a national corporate and securities law firm that assists corporate clientele with initial public offerings, reverse mergers, registered public offerings, exempt private offerings, complex corporate finance transactions, compliance with national exchanges such as the NASDAQ and NYSE MKT and over-the-counter market trading platforms such as the OTCQB and OTCQX, compliance with FINRA and DTC, strategic planning for unique management and ownership issues, and broad-scope corporate finance scenarios. Laura Anthony, Esq. is an approved OTCQX Advisor (DAD/PAL). Ms. Anthony is also a contributor to The Huffington Post and the creator and author of SecuritiesLawBlog.com, ABA Journal's Top Blawg 100, and the producer and host of LawCast.com, The Securities Law Network. Attorney Laura Anthony is recognized by Martindale-Hubbel as one of America's Most Honored Professionals and the recipient of the Martindale-Hubbel Distinguished® Rating.
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