Dear Friends & Colleagues,
Congress and the SEC have made it easier for small companies to raise money and for their investors to sell their illiquid stock ushering a new era of private company financing.
Will it change the life of your company?
This is the topic of the next NetForum, hosted by John Hempill, Esq. at Shepard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, on January 21, 2016, 8am – 10am, 30 Rockefeller Center.
New Crowdfunding rules are opening more broadly the market for small company financing. Will Crowdfunding now become mainstream? Have you tried Crowdfunding for your company? Why/Why not?
Private investors got greater ability to resell their private stock in private transactions, potentially reducing the “illiquidity discount” affecting their stocks. Is it going to make a difference to Venture Capital investors? Or don’t they ever think about exits?! (Not a chance!)
These and other changes to critical legal rules could have an impact of the financing options for your company. Come share your experiences with your peers in the NetForum community, and learn from them as well as from expert practitioners from other private and public companies.