In this webinar, we will be discussing the Differences Between Reg A+, Reg D & Rule 144A

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00:00 – Disclaimers
00:27 – Rod’s background
01:53 – Manhattan Street Capital and Regulation A+
02:22 – Topic introduction and Agenda
03:18 – Forms of Regulation D
06:25 – Discussing Regulating A+
13:26 – What Rule 144A is, and what makes it attractive?
18:59 – Liquidity in connection with the methods
24:45 – Comparing the methods to raise capital
29:04 – How these capital raising methods can be used?
34:00 – Q&A – Regulation A+ risk relative to class action suits by investor
36:01 – Q&A – Cost of Rule 144A
36:45 – Q&A – Combination of Regulation CF & A+
39:42 – Q&A – Regulation A+ alternatives to raise money (OTCQB / OTCQX, NASDAQ, NYSE)
41:27 – Q&A – Selling debt using Regulation A+
41:35 – Regulation S – Regulation D combination
42:11 – Q&A – SPAC entity and Regulation A+
43:24 – Q&A – Crowdfunding and donation with Regulation A+
44:31 – Q&A – Cost of Regulation D
46:31 – Q&A – MSC and multiple platforms offering
49:09 – Q&A – Long term stock exchange, FCC license, ATS
53:40 – Q&A – Percentage of deals that are done with the third party escrow agent
54:40 – Q&A – Using two companies to reach goals
55:40 – Q&A – Issuing a convertible for using Regulation A+
55:54 – Q&A – Registration of underlying common
56:45 – Q&A – Anti-dilution provisions in a Regulation A+
57:40 – Q&A – Fees for Rule 144A
58:25 – Q&A – Raise money to acquire distressed debt
01:00:21 – Q&A – Additional limitations using Regulation A+ for security tokens
01:01:05 – Q&A – Raise capital for an industrial real estate development
01:01:36 – Conclusion

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