One of the current issues around a fund manager or company from using advertising as part of its private placement fundraising is the proposed changes to filing requirements for Form D. Few people I have spoken with actually want to use general solicitation like bulk emails, newspaper ads, or web ads. But they do want […]
While I was waiting to see what surprises the Securities and Exchange Commission had included in the rule lifting the ban on general solicitation and advertising for private placements, the SEC slipped in an unexpected surprise. The SEC is proposing a new Rule 509. Rule 509 would require disclosures on “any written communication that constitutes […]
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