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Regulation D Resources provides Regulation D private placement preparation and execution support services to corporate clients seeking to raise capital from investors. Formed in 1999, our firm has assisted thousands of clients in executing Regulation D private placement offerings.

Our services matrix spans the entire scope of preparing and executing an offering. We provide transaction structuring guidance; drafting of the Private Placement Memorandum disclosure document (drafted to the SEC's Form 1A "registered offering" specification), drafting of subscription documentation and term sheet materials; Federal and State securities filing support; and we provide access to our distribution network of resources including a FINRA broker-dealer community, private investment groups, and our Private Offering Market platform (

Call us today to discuss the development of a Regulation D private placement offering for your company.

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Raise Capital with Regulation D

Regulation D is a exemption offered by the Securities and Exchange Commission that allows for the sale of equity or debt securities to investors in a private placement transaction. Most of the companies that utilize Regulation D are privately held companies that are seeking to raise private capital from investors.

Over $1.3 trillion dollars was raised through the Regulation D exemption in 2013 and over 37,000 Regulation D offerings have been executed since 2009. Regulation D provides the capability to raise capital in compliance with State and Federal regulations and provides the fundamentals necessary to accomplish soliciting and accepting investment from investors. The new 506(c) program provides the capability for general advertising of the offering to accredited investors.

Call us today to discuss your company’s transaction details.

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Accredited Investor Platform

Regulation D Resources provides clients with exclusive access to RDR's Private Offering Market ("POM") secure virtual room and accredited investor platform. Located at, POM is the only "Regulation D 506(c)" specific private placement promotion platform specifically designed for the secure delivery of offering documents and promotion of Regulation D 506(c) “accredited investor only” private securities offerings directly to verified accredited investors.

At Private Offering Market, each invited investor is verified as an Accredited Investor ensuring they are properly qualified and meet the SEC Regulation D Rule 501 accredited investor standard. Investors then have access to 506(c) offerings executed through RDR. Access to the POM platform is provided to all RDR 506(c) clients at no additional charge and RDR does not charge any transaction based fees for the platform.

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Our Firm

Regulation D Resources specializes in the preparation and execution of Regulation D exempt securities offerings. We have been in operation since 1999 and have executed over 3,800 Regulation D Offerings totaling over $3.6 billion in transaction volume. We provide clients with a comprehensive matrix of services related to the structuring and execution of a Regulation D private placement offering.  Our management team is widely recognized as the leading authority on Regulation D private placement offerings.

Is your company seeking to raise private capital? Is ensuring that you raise capital properly and in compliance with State and Federal regulations a priority for your company?

Engage the experience of Regulation D Resources and raise capital properly and effectively with an SEC Regulation D private placement offering.


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The Necessity of a Regulation D Offering

Any company seeking capital from investors has the responsibility to ensure it provides investors with the fundamentals necessary for them to execute an investment into the subject company.

A substantial number of companies severely restrict their capital raising activities by simply using a business plan to solicit investors. While a business plan may disclose certain information about the company's current or planned business activities, it doesn't provide the capability to accommodate actual capital investment. Further, any capital raised would most likely be in violation of certain State or Federal rules regarding the investment transaction.

It is also nearly impossible to articulate concise transaction structure to investors outside of a formal securities offering thus hampering the capability of an investor to properly evaluate a transaction.

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