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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.

 

Temasek is world's most aggressive institutional investor in Chinese banks, reveals report

View Original Article Mon, 13 Apr 2015 20:48:00 -0700
It holds US$5.8b in three banks. Temasek is the world's single-largest foreign investor in Chinese banks, a report by SNL Financial revealed. In total, Temasek owns over 22 billion shares valued at US$17.9b ...

Fin24.com | Xenophobic attacks will hurt foreign investor confidence - economist

View Original Article Tue, 14 Apr 2015 07:26:20 -0700
South African foreign investment confidence will suffer as a result of the xenophobic attacks in Durban and the township economy will take a knock, says an economist.

RBI official calls for caution on foreign investor debt limits

View Original Article Mon, 06 Apr 2015 00:08:15 -0700
India needs to proceed cautiously in fully opening up its debt markets to foreign investors, given the need to first tackle issues such as the large government borrowing and capital controls, executive director G. Padmanabhan said in a speech last week. The executive director, whose last day at the RBI is at the end of May, spoke at an Indian foreign exchange dealers' association meeting on ...

Raghuram Rajan says full rupee convertibility in a few years

View Original Article Fri, 10 Apr 2015 08:04:35 -0700
Full capital convertibility means a foreign investor can repatriate his money into his own local currency at will, which is not allowed in the country now.

 

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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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