In 2012, Congress passed the JOBS Act, which alters how private securities can be bought, sold and marketed.
For information about the JOBS Act please see below.
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General solicitation allows for wide dissemination of private offerings, but also creates additional regulatory requirements. For details see below.More Information
Designation as an Emerging Growth Company under the JOBS Act allows some companies to issue an Initial Public Offering with fewer regulatory requirements than non- Emerging Growth Companies.More Information
In addition to allowing general solicitation, the JOBS Act also increases the amount of owners of private firms allowed before necessitating a public filing. For more information see below.More Information