Regulation D

SEC Proposes Additional Requirements to Regulation D, Form D, and Rule 156

Legal Update from Dechert’s Financial Services Group
 

The SEC has proposed a number of amendments to Regulation D, Form D, and Rule 156 under the Securities Act of 1933.

The Proposing Release comes in connection with the adoption of amendments to permit general solicitation and general advertising in certain circumstances. The Rules are intended to enhance the SEC’s ability to monitor how the market will implement the new private offering regime and provide additional investor safeguards. For more details, read the full alert here.

By : Securex /September 24, 2013 /Compliance, FORM D, Regulation D /1 Comment Read More

SEC Proposes Amendments to Regulation D, Form D, and Rule 156

Publisher: Akerman Senterfitt LLP
Author: Philip B. Schwartz and Andrew E. Schwartz
 

In July of 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a new set of rules that eliminated the ban on general solicitation and advertising in certain private offerings.

This was required by the JOBS Act that was passed by Congress recently. At the same time, the SEC proposed amendments to Regulation D, Form D, and Rule 156 under the Securities act of 1933, subjecting general solicitation and advertising to additional filings and disclosure requirements. To read the details concerning the proposed SEC amendments, please click here.

By : Securex /August 20, 2013 /Compliance, FORM D, Regulation D, SEC Forms /0 Comment Read More