Category: Regulation CF 204

Companies need to raise capital from time to time, and there are several ways they can do so. One of the most popular options today is called Regulation Crowdfunding, which is usually shortened to Reg CF. How does Regulation Crowdfunding work, and what are some of the main advantages? Take a look at a few important points below
There are plenty of foreign companies that want to make offerings in the United States. Some foreign companies might be wondering, can non-US issuers make a Reg A or Reg CF offering? If they are allowed to do so, are there any limits that they need to stay under? It is important to take a closer look at the rules and figure out
Freddy and Fabrizio, co-founders of F&F Inc. want to raise capital to franchise their local retail chain, eventually on a national level. They're discussing the benefits of following Regulation A+ vs Regulation CF. Here's how they see each scenario affecting F&F. Freddy: So Fabrizio, Reg A+ gives us optional access t
On March 4th, the SEC proposed a series of amendments to improve crowdfunding regulations and the exempt offering framework. The proposal is aiming to promote capital formation and expand investment opportunities. Whether its raising seed capital or on the path to an initial public offering, a majority of entrepreneurs and emerg
Before diving into the different types of crowdfunding, it is important to explore what is meant by the term "equity crowdfunding." Instead of a company raising debt capital, companies will raise money by offering money in exchange for shares of the company, also known as equity. This is a common method of raising capital for st
There are many ways to invest; you can invest your money through owning collectables, owning a home, opening a savings account, or investing in a company. Below are five benefits of investing through equity crowdfunding. Dividend Income If you invest in a company that offers stock dividends, you could have a consistent source
For many entrepreneurs, investing in a startup company is not possible because of their financial situation. Traditional types of investment (from banks, large corporations, through venture capital, etc.) are prohibitive to smaller investors; however, equity crowdfunding allows small-scale investors to grow their companies. Equi