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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.

 

Just Dial gains on foreign investor proposal

View Original Article Tue, 19 Aug 2014 21:44:15 -0700
Reuters Market Eye - Just Dial(JUST.NS) gains 3 percent on its proposal to raise the foreign investment limit. The company's Board on Tuesday sought shareholders' approval to increase the limit to 75 percent ...

Saudi market eyes 10% cap on foreign ownership

View Original Article Sat, 23 Aug 2014 03:16:26 -0700
Among other draft rules, a single foreign investor could own no more than five per cent of any listed firm, while all foreign institutions combined could own no more than 20 per cent of a company.

Rupee hits 3-week high on debt-related dollar inflows

View Original Article Wed, 20 Aug 2014 05:22:50 -0700
The rupee rose to a near three-week high against the dollar on Wednesday on the back of strong foreign investor buying in the debt market, although greenback demand from importers and a fall in shares limited further gains. "Inflows into the debt market are continuing and that should keep the rupee bias positive. Overall, the sentiment on India remains optimistic," said Subramanian Sharma ...

The bond rush in Indian markets

View Original Article Mon, 01 Sep 2014 09:04:58 -0700
On 27 August, India?s National Securities Depository reported that foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) had acquired an additional $16.7 billion worth of bonds in the country during 2014, after netting for sales.

 

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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

 

Our FOREIGN STOCK OFFERING SOLUTION includes:

 

    • Preparing a Foreign Private Placement Memorandum

    • Preparing a Foreign Subscription Agreement with all Reg S disclaimers

    • Preparing an Foreign Offering Circular

    • Purchaser Qualifying Questionnaire prepared for non-U.S. investors

    • Financial Spreadsheet

    • Tracking Spreadsheet

    • Complete list of over 4,000 Angel, Private, and Venture capital investors

    • Email blast to VC/Private Equity firms who invest in that industry

    • Design a tombstone ad for newspapers and magazines

    • List of countries which permit general solicitation/advertising

    • List of international business newspapers publications

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    • Press release announcement

 


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