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Every privately-held company that is seeking to raise equity capital from foreign investors should properly comply with local laws regarding soliciting capital from investors in a particular country/jurisdiction prior to having a securities offering in place.

 

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Raise Capital with a Reg S Foreign Stock Offering



The Regulation S Offering (Reg. S) is an exemption designed by the SEC for companies seeking to raise capital from investors located OUTSIDE of the United States.


CAN I SOLICIT CAPITAL FROM NON-U.S. INVESTORS THROUGH GENERAL ADVERTISING AND GENERAL SOLICITATION?


YES. Unlike the restrictions imposed by Regulation D, a U.S. company or any person acting on its behalf seeking to raise capital utilizing Regulation S exemption MAY:


• Use any form of non-US "general solicitation" or "general advertising"

• Use foreign investor direct mailing lists

• Pay non-U.S. finders fees

• Place tombstone ads in foreign magazines and newspapers

 

 


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