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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.

 

First Quantum says Zambia royalty hike will hit investment, jobs

View Original Article Tue, 14 Oct 2014 02:38:39 -0700
By Chris Mfula LUSAKA (Reuters) - Zambia's largest foreign investor, Canadian mining group First Quantum Minerals, warned on Tuesday that the country's decision to raise mining royalties from 2015 would discourage future ventures and hit jobs. Zambia will increase underground mining royalties to 8 percent from 6 percent from next year as part of an effort to revamp the industry's tax system ...

SET plans more road shows

View Original Article Tue, 21 Oct 2014 04:58:37 -0700
The Stock Exchange of Thailand is hosting road shows in the United States, Singapore and Malaysia, to cash in on the recovery in foreign investor confidence.

M'sia on lookout to invest in investor-friendly states in India

View Original Article Tue, 14 Oct 2014 08:48:16 -0700
NEW DELHI: Malaysia is always on the lookout to invest in foreign investor-friendly states in India in areas such as infrastructure and urban transportation among others, said Minister Counsellor (Economic Affairs), High Commision of Malaysia in New Delhi, Aida Shafinaz Allias.

TCI may exit Coal India completely

View Original Article Sun, 12 Oct 2014 21:45:21 -0700
TCI (largest foreign investor) may exit Coal India completely, criticised for not giving emphasis to shareholder value; sentimentally negative for Coal India

 

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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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