Regulation D Offerings
No surprises. Our reasonably priced, lump-sum Regulation D offerings are more than just bare bones. Our syndication and fund offering packages are completely customized and include Form D and Blue Sky Filings.
Who Needs a Regulation D Offering?
Need to raise capital? If you don’t do it legally, you could face regulatory enforcement actions or investor lawsuits. You could be prohibited from ever raising money again, forced to pay fines, or maybe even go to jail.
Regulation D allows you the opportunity to raise all the money you need, legally under an SEC exemption from registration. You don’t need regulatory approval to raise capital or sell securities under the Regulation D exemption.
Regulation D has two popular options:
Rule 506(b): allows you to raise money from sophisticated family and friends.
Rule 506(c): allows you to advertise but limits you to accredited investors.
Business Owners, Real Estate Entrepreneurs, And Fund Managers Trust Syndication Attorneys To Help Them Get Their Deals Funded
Here’s How We Can Help You
Our lump sum syndication and fund offering packages include customized Private Placement Memorandums, subscription and operating agreements, securities notice filings, unlimited communications, and more to get you legally compliant and raising capital as quickly as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Regulation D Offering?
Basically, a Regulation D Offering is a pile of paperwork prepared by your securities attorney that describes your investment opportunity. It describes what you are investing in, who is involved in management, and how it will generate a profit that can be shared with investors. It also describes how investors and management will earn money, and what has to happen before investors get their original investment dollars back.
What is the purpose of a Regulation D Offering?
The purpose of a Regulation D Offering is to inform your investors about the investment opportunity and members of the management team, and the risks of investing. It describes management’s previous track record with similar investments (if any). It’s specifically designed to give your investors all of the information they need to make informed consent before they make their investment decision.