The SEC’s Office of Inspector General has released its Semiannual Report to Congress (.pdf). I started off looking at how the OIG feels about the new Form D for securities sold under the Regulation D exemption: “Based on our review of Form D, we determined that certain revisions should be made to the form to better ensure that potential investors are not misled by information in a form filing and to further clarify the information that is reported on the form.” [Page 32]
The SEC’s Office of Inspector General and Form D
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