The Regulation D Resources offices will be closed on Monday, September 5th in observance of Labor Day. We will re-open Tuesday, September 6th at 9am MT.
Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!
Friday September 02, 2016
RDR has completed development of three sample RDR 506(c) Investor Portals for technology, oil and gas, and real estate sectors. These models will show the front “public” side of the portal and how it promotes the subject company and the offering. The goal? Energize potential investors into creating investor prospect accounts to access the PPM document, review offering terms, and ultimately invest using the portal for the process!
View our Sample Model Portals for Three Sectors: Technology, Real Estate, and Oil and Gas Sectors located here:
RDR’s 506(c) Investor Portals further enhance the high end offering materials created by RDR in RDR’s normal Offering Preparation and Execution Service package. Ready to have all of the tools needed to crowdfund your company or project? Regulation D Resources provides the entire matrix of needed services and support to achieve success in the capital markets.
Call us today with any questions, to place a pre-order for a platform, or to inquire about our offering preparation and execution support services: (303) 984-4883
Thursday August 13, 2015
Our offices will be closed on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 in observance of Veterans Day.
We will reopen on normal business hours on Wednesday, November 12, 2014. We wish all of our clients, strategic partners, and supporters a happy and safe Veterans Day holiday and we thank all U.S. veterans for their service to our Country!
Monday November 10, 2014
Today the SEC voted to implement the JOBS Act 506 rule change allowing general advertising and solicitation of Regulation D 506 offerings sold solely to accredited investors.
The proposed rules will require issuers that make use of the 506(c) offering to file Form D 15 days in advance of advertising the offering, and may require the issuer to potentially provide more information about their company. Issuers may not advertise their offering prior to the 15 day Form D filing window.
The SEC also issued rules regarding the issuers responsibilities to ensure investors are accredited under the new 506(c) exemption.
The methods described in the final rule include the following:
• Reviewing copies of any IRS form that reports the income of the purchaser and obtaining a written representation that the purchaser will likely continue to earn the necessary income in the current year.
• Receiving a written confirmation from a registered broker-dealer, SEC-registered investment adviser, licensed attorney, or certified public accountant that such entity or person has taken reasonable steps to verify the purchaser’s accredited status.
The new rule change will be deemed active 60 days after it is issued and entered into the Federal register. We will provide updates as we learn more about this exciting development.
Wednesday July 10, 2013
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