What is a private placement?
A private placement is the non-public sale of illiquid securities to to a small number of chosen private investors. These securities are usually equity shares or debt instru-ments, are not publicly tradable, and are not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission. One performs a private place-ment by filing SEC Form D with supporting materials, such as registration statements, periodic reports and other forms.
How can we help with your PPM?
The SEC's Regulation D (Reg D) describes how securities can make use of certain "safe-harbor" exemptions to circumvent registration. Sections 504, 505, and 506 of Reg D contain the descriptions of these exemptions. These exemptions detail the rules for privately offering securities without registration via a Form D filing with the SEC.
We can help you write a PPM, which will be ready to present to investors. Combined with a business proposal and business plan, your PPM will ready for an investor meeting.
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