Can my company legally offer and sell securities
without registering with the SEC?
We explain the exemptions from registration that are most frequently asked about.
What exemptions reflect the changes included in the JOBS Act?
General solicitation — Rule 506(c)
Rule 506(c) permits the use of general solicitation where all purchasers are accredited investors and the issuer takes reasonable steps to verify that the purchasers are accredited investors. Read More
Regulation Crowdfunding enables certain companies to offer and sell securities on an internet based platform through an intermediary that is a registered broker-dealer or registered funding portal. Read More
Regulation A is an exemption from registration for public offerings, although offerings made pursuant to this exemption share many characteristics with registered offerings. Read More
Frequently asked questions about exempt offerings
Modified: Feb. 7, 2020