Regulation D Offerings
Regulation D promulgated under the Securities Act of 1933 sets forth rules governing three (3) types of Private Placement offerings commonly known as a 504, 505 and 506 offering. Growth companies must be able to offer and accommodate fractional investments from individual investors. Nothing can accomplish this more effectively than the structure and framework of a Regulation D Offering. These offerings are the most concise mechanism currently available for receiving fractional capital investments; the appropriate documentation for receipt of those investments; and, a tool for leveraging securities brokers as a resource for capital funding. Regulation D Offerings are highly versatile and have proven successful for a wide variety of transaction and industry types: corporate seed capital; corporate expansion capital; film production capital; real estate equity funding; acquisitions; capitalization for early to pre-IPO stage Internet and technology companies; expansion funding for retail companies; and, product development and distribution funding.