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Tip Nov 2013 - "What the New SEC Regulations Really Mean to Entrepreneurs"

Tip Nov 2013 - "What the New SEC Regulations Really Mean to Entrepreneurs"

Tip Nov 2013 - "What the New SEC Regulations Really Mean to Entrepreneurs"

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 What the New SEC Regulations Really Mean to Entrepreneurs



In the aftermath of all the crowdfunding hoopla, enthused entrepreneurs assumed that the Securities and Exchange Commission, the governing body that regulates the sale of equities, was about to take the lid off longstanding regulations to allow a new era of crowdfunding: stock sales over the Internet. That has not been the case – yet. The JOBS Act relaxes the restrictions on advertising private stock placements – equities that are sold without registering with the SEC and hence without the disclosures the SEC requires if stock is sold to the general public. However, this new regulation does not open the door for companies to use the Internet to offer private stock placements to the general public.


 


 


 



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