Join us on October 16th in Central Park, Boulder, to learn how to navigate the new SEC Regulations!
On September 23rd, the SEC announced new rules that may affect all angel investors and entrepreneurs regardless of whether they participate in crowdfunding or not. Since the existing and proposed rules are complicated and convoluted, we’ve invited some tax and legal experts to help us all navigate this. Hope you can make it!
Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (followed by an optional, informal walk-and-learn along the creek from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm)
Location: Central Park Boulder (or Bryan Cave LLP if the weather is bad)
Registration: Sign up.
Under the JOBS Act, the Securities and Exchange Commission was tasked with lifting the ban on general solicitation for issuers privately raising capital under Regulation D Rule 506(c), provided that issuers take “reasonable steps to verify” that all investors are accredited. New rules that went into effect on September 23, 2013 will affect how some entrepreneurs find investors and investors make investments. Join a panel of legal and angel investing experts to find out if and how these SEC regulations will affect your entrepreneurial or investment activity.
AND, if you think these laws will inhibit your ability to angel invest or find investors, SEND YOUR COMMENTS TO THE SEC. The Angel Capital Association has developed a template for angel investors to do this.