Many issuers under Regulation D are mature operating companies with corporate website assets that see a significant number of visitors each day. With 506(c) these visitors can be solicited for introduction to the issuers 506(c) offering. Most companies are still controlling access to the Private Placement Memorandum (“PPM”) until they have ascertained the accredited status of an interested party. This can be done by requiring information and contact from an interested investor prior to providing either an electronic copy of the PPM, an online flip book version, or a mailed print version of the PPM.
Many issuers have special sections of their website developed to provide potential investors some basic information on the company’s forward plans, the offering, and a contact method to inquire regarding delivery of the PPM document. Corporate websites and social media campaigns are assets that should play an integral part of a properly executed promotion strategy for a 506(c) offering.
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Monday March 23, 2015
Category: Capital Formation and Regulation D
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