Archive for November 2013

Yesterday ACA submitted a comment letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission on its proposed rules on "Amendment to Regulation D, Form D, and Rule 156". For background, these rules would require issuers that generally solicit their offerings to submit an advanced Form D 15-days before they advertise, provide all of their solicitation materials to the SEC by the day of use, include "legends" in all materials, and provided a one-time 30-day "cure" to submit filings. If misfilings were not cured, then the issuer would lose the right to raise funds under Regulation D for one year.

Many ACA members were very concerned about the impact this could have on startups - including putting early-stage companies out of business. ACA's letter, which you can download here, focuses on those concerns and also offers recommendations to reduce the burden on startups.

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