A live interactive webcast from FedEd TV Studios near Washington D.C. featuring live and pre-recorded expert panelist participation discussing what this action means and next steps for entrepreneurs seeking funding for SME’s and start-ups. In April 2012, President Obama signed H.R. 3606 or the JOBS Act, which was intended to allow a new registration exemption for companies raising crowdfunded financing. The law allows companies to raise up to $1 million within a 12-month period without registering the securities with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).In a 4-1 vote on July 10, 2013 by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), an amendment was passed to lift the 80 year ban on the general solicitation and advertising of Regulation D (“Reg D”) offerings which will go into effect in 60 days. The ruling eliminates many of the limitations by which equity crowdfunding sites have been restricted. The SEC will move to create a new class of offering, called a 506(c) offering, which will allow general solicitation (advertising) to accredited investors. This represents a huge new opportunity for start-ups and businesses seeking funding through the crowdfunding process. A distinguished panel of experts will discuss the implications and what next steps businesses should be taking now as the new rules are implemented.
Marianne HudsonExecutive Director, Angel Capital AssociationCLICK HERE TO VIEW Bio (PDF)
John MayManaging Partner, New Vantage GroupCLICK HERE TO VIEW Bio (PDF)
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