Getting Started with Reg A+

A Reg A+ Offering provides your private company with access to general public growth capital. Funds are acquired from a wide variety of investors including the non-accredited investors consisting 98% of the investor community. As a groundbreaking regulation of Title IV of the JOBS Act, a Regulation A+ Offering allows your company to raise up to $50 million an list publicly on Nasdaq, NYSE or OTC. An existing OTC company can up list onto Nasdaq or NYSE with a Reg A+ Offering. Learn more about what is a Regulation A+ offering with these frequently asked questions.

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What is a Regulation A+ Initial Public Offering?

What is a Regulation A+ IPO?

 

Information about a Regulation A+ IPO can be found in Title IV of the JOBS Act.  A Regulation A+ is a type of public offering allowing companies to raise up to $50 Million from the general public.

 

Regulation A+ allows companies to offer shares to the general public, and is not limited to accredited investors. In order for a company to raise money via Reg A+, it needs to file with the SEC and get approval. Tycon Partners is very experienced with this process and have core professionals to guide companies through this cycle.

 

Every Regulation A+ offering is different, and the costs for each fluctuates based on factors such as company size and intentions. A company will need about $250K – $300K to launch a Reg A+ Offering before cash comes in. Reg A+ investor funds can be used to buy additional advertising during the Offering. The total costs including Broker Dealer commissions averages about 10% of the total raise.

 

Companies can typically start raising funds in 4-8 months.

 

While a Regulation CF is the best solution for early-stage startups, Regulation A+ Offerings are a much better solution for companies with revenue or Biotech companies without revenue who are interested in growth capital. A company with revenues (or Biotech) may qualify for a traditional Initial Public Offering (IPO).