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    Lightbulb Is Reg A+ a Game-Changer? Absolutely. But it Will Take Some Time

    Regulation A, or Reg A+ as everyone now calls it, has been heralded as the future of small IPOs by some. The updated securities exemption was created by Title IV of the JOBS Act and came into effect during 2015. Allowing smaller companies to raise up to $50 million in a scaled disclosure environment was a missing step in the capital ladder. In the ensuing months since the updated exemption became actionable, billions of dollars have been filed under Form 1-A with the SEC
    http://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2016...ill-take-time/

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    Let's hope it won't get regulated into nothingness. Although with Trump this doesn't seem very likely.

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    come on!
    You can't know how it's going to be!
    I think he will not make problem to this sphere!

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    SEC Research Update on Reg A+ by Anzhela Knyazeva
    While noting this sector of finance was still very much and evolving space, Knyazeva asks the question as to where Reg A+ will emerge on the continuum of capital raising methods available to small issuers. Clearly, the SEC reinvigorated moribund old Reg A when they changed the rules. But in her opinion, it is unclear as to how relevant early data will be in predicting the future growth of the Reg A+ market.
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    http://www.crowdfundinsider.com/2016...hela-knyazeva/

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    Pros of Reg A+

    ● Raise up to $50 million per year

    ● Requires a minimum to break escrow, which can be set very low (not necessary to hit the goal)

    ● Founders can “Test the Waters” for investor interest and market the campaign - no other means of raising capital has this initial hassle free option to gauge interest

    Cons of Reg A+

    ● Two-year financial audit required

    ● Form 1-A must be filed with the SEC, including lengthy disclosures

    ● Legal and accounting fees can be high

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