Investor Questionnaires: Why They Are Crucial For Your Offering

Investor Questionnaires: Why They Are Crucial for Your Offering

Raising capital through private placements involves a meticulous process of regulatory compliance and investor relations. One essential component in this process is the investor questionnaire. These documents play a pivotal role in ensuring that your offering is not only compliant with securities laws but also attractive to potential investors. In this blog post, we will Read More

Navigating SEC Regulations In Preparing Your Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)

Navigating SEC Regulations In Preparing Your Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)

Navigating the complexities of Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulations while preparing a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) is a crucial task for businesses looking to raise capital. A PPM, an essential document for private securities offerings, must align with various SEC guidelines to ensure legal compliance and investor protection. In this blog, we’ll explore the Read More

How To Use A Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) For Business Financing: A Comprehensive Guide

Business Financing

When it comes to raising capital for your startup, small business, investment fund, or real estate fund, navigating the labyrinth of legal requirements and investor expectations can be overwhelming. One essential tool in your fundraising arsenal should be a well-drafted Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). This legal document not only mitigates risks but also provides a Read More

Of Course You Need a PPM! Here’s Why.

Private Placement Memorandum Lawyers

As a leading practitioner in the Private Placement Memorandum (PPM) preparation industry, I speak to lots of people about PPMs. In the course of this work, I am asked a broad array of questions about PPMs, the law, crowdfunding, and raising capital. I am happy to answer these questions, and in fact offer everyone a Read More

Update! Changes to Rule 504

Private Placement Memorandum Lawyers

Raise Up to $5 million from Non-Accredited Investors Under New Rule 504! On October 26, 2016, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a final rule that amends existing Rule 504 under Regulation D of the Securities Act of 1933.  This amendment went into effect quietly on January 20, 2016, but it could potentially have a huge Read More