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WACC is an acronym short for the weighted average cost of capital.  The WACC across a period of five years or a decade is often used as the DCF’s discount rate.  The purpose of using the WACC formula is to determine how a business raises funds, whether as a stock, bond or long-term debt.  WACC
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Regulation A+, evolved from the 2012 Jobs Act and provides an exemption so that companies can offer shares to accredited and non-accredited (“Main Street”) investors. This process is often called a mini-IPO due to its implications for small businesses seeking growth capital. There are two tiers. Using Tier 1, your company can raise $20 million
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If you have been paying attention to the investing media in recent weeks, you have likely heard about MEMX.  Short for the Members Exchange, MEMX was founded by individuals who carefully listened to investors to promote a transparent and fair trading experience.  The exchange was officially founded in 2019.  MEMX received approval from the SEC to
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently announced its Spring 2021 Unified Agenda of Regulatory and Deregulatory Actions, which summarises topics financial regulatory agencies will be addressing in the coming months. “The SEC has a lot of regulatory work ahead of us,” said SEC Chair Gary Gensler. “I look forward collaborating with my fellow commissioners
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The IPO and financing transactions listing for the month of April 2021 can be found below. These transactions were filed to the SEC as S-1, F-1, and 1-A filings. The Form S-1 is the initial registration statement filing used by domestic companies to go public. The Form F-1 is a registration statement used by foreign
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On March 4, 2021, the SEC announced a new Task Force in the Division of Enforcement. The 22-member team led by Kelly L. Gibson (the Acting Deputy Director of Enforcement) will focus on climate and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing. Satyam Khanna, the Senior Policy Advisor, will advise the agency on ESG and related
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Companies conducting a public offering must file a registration statement with the SEC before offering their securities for sale.  Once the registration statement has gone into “effect”, these securities are deemed to be “registered”.  Companies who have not registered their securities would trigger the requirement to register and become an exchange act reporting company if:
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The IPO and financing transactions listing for the month of March 2021 can be found below. These transactions were filed to the SEC as S-1, F-1, and 1-A filings. The Form S-1 is the initial registration statement filing used by domestic companies to go public. The Form F-1 is a registration statement used by foreign
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