New York State’s securities statute, Articles 23-A of the General Business Law, known as the Martin Act, is unique among state securities laws in two important respects.
SEC Chair Mary Jo White gave a speech at the annual mid-February SEC Speaks program and, as usual, gave some insight into the SEC’s focus in the coming year.
Start-ups can now Raise up to $50M Capital using Reg A+, but how Expensive is Compliance to this New SEC Ruling?
Regulation A+ imposes certain filing, reporting, and preparation requirements though nowhere near as stringent as real IPOs.
Although it is well documented that public markets are cyclical and depend on such factors as business cycle, investor sentiment and time varying information asymmetry,