Generally speaking, a private company looking to raise greater than a million dollars (and in many cases, less money) will have to leverage the private placement offering legal framework (as opposed to crowdfunding).  As a fundamental requirement for most such offerings, the issuer company has to provide notification to the governments of the states in

In nearly any private placement offering, while the PPM (private placement memorandum) is the core disclosure document, it is not in itself a contract, nor is it the final word on the process. Another critical contract, the subscription agreement, is what actually transfers your company’s securities to the investors (i.e., shares, units, etc.). However, the

In order to satisfy Regulation D or applicable crowdfunding rules, the issuer must typically make significant disclosures regarding the parameters and characters of the offering and critically, the associated risk factors. The ultimate disclosure document is typically dubbed a “Private Placement Offering Memorandum” or “PPM”. One of the PPM’s core functions is to provide investors

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