Trusted Irvine Securities Law Attorneys On Your Side
Though less costly than a public placement, private placement funds do not come without regulation or strict legal requirements. If you are considering raising capital for your new enterprise, privately placed debt is a productive means of increasing your resources. By working with a seasoned securities attorney in Irvine, you can protect yourself from unintended violations of the rules and regulations outlined in the Securities Act. This is when Geraci Law Firm comes in to help.
When considering selling securities, it is important to work with a team of lawyers that constantly reviews and examines the most recent changes in the law. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and state and federal courts continually interpret and re-examine the private offering exemptions outlined in Section 4(2), traditional Regulation D, and Jobs Act PPM found within the Securities Act. Staying up to date with these changes is imperative to ensuring not only initial compliance, but adherence to these regulations throughout the life of your fund as well.
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Issuing Private Placements
In the interest of getting the best return on your investment possible, our firm can work to help you negotiate a favorable private placement structure that benefits you as well as the other investors involved in the fund. Experienced in assisting our clients protect their assets, we are confident that our team will be able to assist you in achieving high returns while maintaining your ability to act quickly in response to market changes.
Our firm is experienced in helping with the following:
- Trust formation
- Limited partnerships
Maintain Your Compliance
If you have a private placement and want to know more about recent changes in the law in order to ensure continual compliance, meet with one of our attorneys to discuss how our firm can assist you. We work to help our clients strategically avoid adverse tax impacts while following the strict regulations and guidelines set forth by the Securities Act.