Las Vegas, NV, July 02, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Reg.A Funding Group announced today that they have published their latest “Reg A Money Show” podcast explaining the importance of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding Regulation A+ crowdfunding offerings.
Every Regulation A+ Offering must be qualified by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). But what does that actually mean and what are the steps necessary to making this happen? Hint: it doesn't happen overnight. Under a Reg. A Tier II filing, issuers are required to complete a Registration Statement (Form 1-A) to the SEC via the EDGAR system, which initiates the qualification process. This podcast addresses in detail everything that's required for a successful Reg.A+ deal.
Reg.A Money Show co-host Ron Costa stated, "The importance and the role of the SEC must be fully understood by every Reg.A+ issuer and this podcast brings you the essential information you definitely need to know!"
The complete podcast can be accessed here: http://ipotogo.com/sec
About Reg.A Money Show
The “Reg.A Money Show” provides information and Reg.A education from the founders over at the “Reg.A Funding Group” as well as market insights from a variety of industry experts who appear on the show as guests. The show is hosted by Ron Costa and Miguel Dotres, who bring a wealth of information in regards to Reg A, SEC filings, social media marketing, and various other topics in an entertaining and informative format. The podcast is quickly emerging as a “must listen” to all those interested in issuing Reg.A paper or investors interested in participating in a company’s Regulation A+ offering.
About The Reg.A Funding Group
With years of experience in the capital markets and proven results with social marketing, the Reg.A Funding Group provides real world, effective Regulation A advisory services for startup, growth and acquisition financing, while specializing in helping companies raise money with Regulation A+ Tier 1 and Tier 2 crowdfunding offerings. The Reg. A Funding Group can be reached at 612-888-REGA or at firstname.lastname@example.org