Reg A raise

The optimal self-hosted Reg A fundraising platform for corporations looking to raise up to $75M from investors.

Regulation A is a suitable choice for startup enterprises that are advancing towards the growth stage. These companies owe a significant portion of their success to their early adopters. Through a Regulation A offering, a company offers its users an opportunity to participate in its success and to become shareholders. This approach effectively transforms users into brand evangelists.

A study indicates that clients who have a vested interest in a company’s future are more likely to recommend it to others and to increase their investments with the company. Raising up to $75 million through Reg A requires a marketing investment to achieve outcomes.

Regulation A+ is most effective for companies that possess a sizeable and committed user base, along with a proven ARR. Referred to as a ‘mini-IPO’, a Reg A+ initiative places less rigorous disclosure demands than a typical public offering, but businesses must initially file with the SEC and obtain authorization before commencing an offering.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Regulation A is an exemption from registration for public offerings. Regulation A has two offering tiers: Tier 1, for offerings of up to $20 million in a 12-month period; and Tier 2, for offerings of up to $75 million in a 12-month period. For offerings of up to $20 million, companies can elect to proceed under the requirements for either Tier 1 or Tier 2.

There are certain basic requirements applicable to both Tier 1 and Tier 2 offerings, including company eligibility requirements, bad actor disqualification provisions, disclosure, and other matters. Additional requirements apply to Tier 2 offerings, including limitations on the amount of money a non-accredited investor may invest in a Tier 2 offering, requirements for audited financial statements and the filing of ongoing reports. Issuers in Tier 2 offerings are not required to register or qualify their offerings with state securities regulators

Regulation A+ requires the company’s principal place of business to be in either the US or Canada.  We often see Delaware incorporated C-Corporations being a favoured state for incorporation, or Canadian companies as well. 

Arizona, Florida, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Texas and Washington.  However, we see most issuers engage a broker-dealer to assist with compliance in all States.

Operationally mature organizations in the following verticals:

  • Professional
  • ServicesCPA
  • Legal
  • Finance
  • Insurance
  • Real Estate
  • Consulting
  • Manufacturing
  • Healthcare
  • Nonprofit