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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.

 

Early Brazil hedging taking toll on Credit Suisse's Verde fund

View Original Article Tue, 11 Nov 2014 07:55:03 -0800
Extreme foreign investor complacency about Brazil's growing macroeconomic imbalances is driving up the cost of hedging for Credit Suisse's CSHG Verde FIC FIM, leaving Brazil's largest hedge fund on track to post its worst annual performance since 2008. In an investor letter obtained by Reuters on Tuesday, money managers at Verde said Brazil's situation is "way more fragile than what market ...

Lessons in customer relations

View Original Article Fri, 07 Nov 2014 08:04:42 -0800
SOME Filipino companies need to educate their personnel about customer relations. While most companies scramble to please their clients, a building management firm at a business zone chose to punish a foreign investor that decided to open an office in Cebu. The foreign company decided to rent space at the building tower because of its location in

Ugandan bourse sees listings, higher trade volume in 2015

View Original Article Mon, 10 Nov 2014 03:14:43 -0800
By Elias Biryabarema KAMPALA (Reuters) - The Uganda Securities Exchange expects three equity, two corporate bond listings and a doubling of the annual trading volume in 2015, spurred by institutional investors, the bourse said on Monday. Foreign investor interest in Uganda has risen in recent years as the east African nation prepares to begin crude oil production in 2018. The International ...

Value of P-Note holdings at six-and-a-half year high

View Original Article Tue, 18 Nov 2014 05:22:55 -0800
The value of foreign investor holdings of Indian securities through Participatory Notes (P-Notes) has hit its highest level since the end of the previous bull run.

 

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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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