Emerging Company Capital Raising Under New JOBS Act

Extensive, and somewhat controversial, changes were made in the regulatory framework for financing of emerging growth companies when the President signed the ‘‘Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act’’ (“JOBS Act”) into law on April 5, 2012.  This report describes some of the main features of the JOBS Act, which includes easing requirements for going and being public, permitting “general solicitation” of investors in Rule 506 and 144A offerings under certain conditions, creating a new “crowdfunding” procedure to allow issuers to raise up to $1,000,000 if extensive disclosure and reporting obligations are satisfied, creating a new exemption that parallels existing Regulation A that would facilitate raising up to $50,000,000 in capital and increasing the maximum number of shareholders for private companies to 2,000.

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