Las Vegas, NV, November 11, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The Reg.A Funding Group announced today that they have published their latest “Reg.A Money Show” podcast which addresses what an Emerging Growth Company (EGC) actually is and exactly how the Jobs Act five-year anniversary will affect these EGC's moving forward.
The first of these emerging growth companies will begin losing EGC status as the five-year anniversary of the Jobs Act's creation of an EGC has now passed – and many are not happy with the increase in regulatory compliance that they’ll soon have to deal with. The podcast goes into detail on how they may react and sheds light on a Regulation A+ issuer's decision on market listing options such as OTC QB/BB, NASDAQ, NYSE, and others.
Besides currently being heard on the iHeartRadio Network, the podcast episode can be accessed here: http://ipotogo.com/egcpodcast
Said “Reg.A Money Show” co-host Ron Costa, "With respect to Regulation A+ offerings, emerging growth companies are a hot topic. Companies need to know their options and this podcast episode provides some interesting information on the future of that designation.”
About The 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 email@example.com