SEC exempt offerings, Regulation D, crowdfunding
Since 2011 Private Placement Advisors LLC has been an industry
leader in providing Regulation D documentation and advisory services. We help select the best transaction
structure. We draft private placement memorandum and other offering documentation. We assist with
SEC filings and state filings. We give clients access to our database of FINRA
broker-dealers. We create custom 506(c investor portals.
Our initial five stage schedule of services:
1) consult on pre-offering entity structure and proposed term sheet
2) draft PPM, subscription agreement, and investor questionnaire
3) file offering documents with SEC and state(s)
4) initiate 506(c and other marketing programs
5) Formation and approval of a SEC EDGAR account and issuance of a CIK number
6) access to FINRA broker dealer community and private equity resources
We suggest the SEC exemption that maximizes efficiency and minimizes your state Blue Sky regulatory hurdles. We discuss the differences between equity investors and debenture investors.
- price the shares
- consider convertible notes
- set the capitalization of the company
- decide how many shares to issue in this offering
- develop investor return models
- explore marketing tactics and resources
We assist in the formation and approval of a SEC EDGAR account and in the issuance of a CIK number with the SEC.
We draft and file a Form D with the SEC and we make the necessary state “Blue Sky” filings.
Our resources include long term relationships with FINRA broker-dealers, private equity and private investment firms, and accredited investor platforms.
Form 1A disclosure is used in our Tier 1A offerings -- using documents that exceed Regulation D disclosure requirements
There are two common types of securities that companies offer via a regulation D: equity and debt.
Equity securities consist of shares for a corporation or membership units for an LLC. They represent a portion of the ownership interest in the company. Stockholders are entitled to vote on company matters and must receive all key information about the company, including financial statements, on a regular basis.
Debt securities usually consist of notes representing debt obligations of the company, with a specified interest rate, maturity date, and repayment amount. A company should only offer debt securities if it can demonstrate that it has the ability to repay the debt.