Reg A and Reg D: Evolving Securities Exemptions for Private Offerings, New Accredited Investor Definition
Navigating Regulation A+, the FAST ACT, Rule 506 (c): Recent SEC Guidance
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide private equity and securities counsel with an update on the current status of Reg A and Reg D, the JOBS Act, the FAST Act, and accompanying SEC rules, including the most recent amendments to the definition of "accredited investor" and offering limits.
- Introduction to Reg A and Reg D exemptions
- Regulation A+
- Tier 1 and Tier 2
- State law preemption
- FAST Act and the private resale of securities: exemption requirements
- Rule 506(b) and 506 (c): different approaches to verifying "accredited investors"
- Recent SEC compliance and disclosure interpretations
- Regulation A: post-qualification amendments, calculation of the change in price in an offering, required financial statements
- Regulation D: integration of 506(b) into 506(c) offering for purposes of accredited investor verification
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What are the different reporting obligations in Tier 1 and Tier 2 offerings under Reg A+?
- What are the conditions imposed under the FAST Act rules to allow for private resales without registration?
- How will the recent revisions to the accredited investor definition impact Reg D offerings?
Hunton Andrews Kurth
Ms. Flint’s practice focuses on securities law compliance, corporate governance, securities offerings and mergers... | Read More
Ms. Flint’s practice focuses on securities law compliance, corporate governance, securities offerings and mergers and acquisitions, for domestic and international clients.Close
Scott H. Kimpel
Hunton Andrews Kurth
Mr. Kimpel regularly advises clients across a broad sector of the economy facing sensitive reporting, compliance and... | Read More
Mr. Kimpel regularly advises clients across a broad sector of the economy facing sensitive reporting, compliance and enforcement matters before the Securities and Exchange Commission and other capital markets regulators. His practice encompasses a wide range of matters involving the securities laws, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, regulatory enforcement, administrative law and public policy. Mr. Kimpel also leads the firm’s working group on blockchain and distributed ledger technology.Close