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A reverse merger is accomplished by purchase of, and reverse merger into an existing public shell company. This is inexpensive compared with conventional initial public offering (IPO), this is also a simplified fast track method by which a private company can become a public company.
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Regulation D (504) offering: Under Securities Act of 1933 any offer to sell securities must either be registered with SEC or meet an exemption. Regulation D provides three exemptions from registration requirements, allowing smaller companies to offer and sell their securities without having to register securities with SEC.
While companies using a Regulation D exemption do not have to register their securities and usually do not have to file reports with SEC, they must file what is known as a “Form D” after they first sell their securities.
This offering is not exempt from State securities filing requirements. With an regulation D (504) offering you are permitted to raise up to a million dollars within a year but there is no minimum amount and in order to go public you must sell to minimum of 35-40 investors at least a round lot (100 shares) each.
This offering is not exempt from securities Act of 1933 anti fraud provision. (No securities are exempt from this provision).
Step # 6. Have a broker dealer file a form 15c211. Again your consultant will introduce you to a broker who will file 15c211and be a market maker in securities of company.
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Joseph D. Quinones email@example.com
Joseph D. Quinones, President of Genesis Corporate Advisors has spent over 25 years in the securities industry. In 1992 he founded JDQ Financial Group, Inc. and proceeded to build it up from a one man operation to the point where it employed many traders, advised numerous client and generate millions in revenues.