Most small-cap company financings are far more dilutive than need be.
Crack Capital Attempts a Comeback
Ener-Core (ENCR), an Irvine, Calif.-based alternative-energy technology firm traded on the OTCQB, has reached agreement with investors in an April convertible debt financing to repurchase the notes, ending a disastrous four months
Word Games: Finding Common Ground in the Reg A+ Preemption Fight
Towering above the barren legislative landscape of the 112th and 113th Congresses is the singular bipartisan achievement of their obstreperous tenancy – the JOBS Act of 2012.
The Pros & Cons of Using a Reg D Crowdfunding Platform to Fund Your Real Estate Deal
While still in its infancy, some private equity firms are starting to explore the use of crowdfunding a portion of their next deal. The ability to allow smaller investors to roll into a fund that the platforms manage is a plus in many equity firms' eyes.
Regulation A+: A Sleeping Giant for Small Business Capital Formation?
Since the 1930s Regulation A has been unremarkable as a little known and little used “exemption” from the full SEC registration process – intended to allow smaller companies to access public markets through a streamlined SEC registration process – with “reviewed”