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We talked with Voekler – a lawyer with extensive experience with REITs, public and private financing, and corporate finance – about the private placement industry, the legal challenges facing managers involved in the alternative investment space, and what attendees can expect out of this year’s conference.
Rob Kaplan and Tom Voekler Interviewed by Phillip van Doorn from TheStreet.com:
Next SEC Chairman Can Prime IPO Pump, by Philip van Doorn
Recently, the bipartisan Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act became law, transforming how entrepreneurs can raise the money to grow their business. The JOBS Act expands the pool of potential investors, makes investing in small businesses more attractive and lowers the regulatory burden for more mature business of “going public.” Savvy entrepreneurs should be aware of what the new legislation entails when forming a comprehensive strategy for raising capital and growth.
Since its enactment, most of the discussion of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act) has centered on crowdfunding and the IPO onramp provisions of the Act. However, the legislation’s expansion of Regulation A actually promises to have the greatest impact on small and mid-sized business capital formation.
Stages of Growth vs. Sources of Equity download the pdf
A Synopsis on the JOBS Act download the pdf