The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently issued a series of proposed rule amendments which, in their words, are intended to “provide a more rational framework, eliminate complexity and increase access to capital while preserving and enhancing important investor protections to simplify.” Among the most significant amendments are the significant increases to the maximum offering amounts under both Reg. A (Tier 2) and Reg. CF (“Regulation Crowdfunding) rules. These amendments will significantly improve the usefulness of these respective offering types, in particular the usefulness of Reg. CF offerings as a serious capital raising option.
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