Real Estate Private Placement Offerings Under New Regulation A+ and Regulation D, Rule 506
Leveraging New Capital Raising Opportunities for Real Estate Fund Sponsors and Developers
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide real estate finance counsel with a review of the SEC’s newly released Regulation A+ rules for crowdfunding and the opportunities and pitfalls for real estate sponsors and developers. The panel will also discuss the impact of Regulation D, Rule 506 solicitation on real estate investments, the process of verifying accredited investor status, and complying with the “bad actor” investor protections.
- Regulation A+
- Tier I offerings of up to $20 million
- Tier III offerings of up to $50 million
- Disclosure requirements
- Ineligible issuers
- Eligible securities
- Investment limitations
- Regulation D, Rule 506
- Advertising private placements
- Verifying that investors are accredited
- “Bad actor” provisions
- Events that will disqualify an issuer from using Rule 506
- Broker-dealer implications
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What opportunities do Regulation A+ crowdfunding rules provide real estate developers seeking to raise equity, mezzanine financing and debt for commercial projects?
- What real estate offerings are not permitted under Regulation A+?
- How does the issuer verify that investors are accredited in a Regulation D, Rule 506?
- What events will disqualify an issuer from using Rule 506?
Kenneth A. Kecskes
Mr. Kecskes’ practice focuses on real estate, land development and equity investment transactions. He counsels... | Read More
Mr. Kecskes’ practice focuses on real estate, land development and equity investment transactions. He counsels clients on acquisition, disposition, construction, entitlement, leasing, joint venture, entity formation and financing matters.Close
David I. Thompson
Mr. Thompson's practice encompasses corporate, transactional, and business matters, with particular emphasis on... | Read More
Mr. Thompson's practice encompasses corporate, transactional, and business matters, with particular emphasis on providing counsel to management of small to mid-size companies. He regularly represents buyers and sellers of closely-held businesses in the negotiation, documentation, and closing of purchase and sale transactions. He also has substantial experience in corporate finance, assisting clients with securities offerings and secured lending.Close