Feb 10: Scott Jordan, founder of HealthiosXchange, will speak at the roundtable discussion Regulation A+ and the Mini-IPO, which delves into the potential market impact and SEC’s proposed rules regarding Title IV of the JOBS Act. The event will be hosted by The Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets in partnership with the Georgetown University Law Center, and the conversation will be held from 9:00am to 3:00pm on their campus in Washington, DC.
A group of diverse stakeholders will be convened to discuss how Reg A+ may impact issuers, investors, and the overall capital access landscape. The Reg A+ proposal would enable an issuer to raise up to $50 million, deal in unrestricted securities, allow for testing the waters, and permit general solicitation and sales to retail investors. The roundtable will explore how Regulation A+ (and related changes to Regulation A) may impact issuers from diverse industries looking to raise capital, investment funds and financial intermediaries, investors, and capital markets. They will also work through the SEC’s proposed rules on issues including blue sky preemption, eligible issuers, development of secondary markets, disclosures and ongoing reporting, and changes to existing Regulation A.
Following the discussion, The Milken Institute Center for Financial Markets will publish a white paper on the impact and regulation of Regulation A+, and will draft an SEC comment letter to help inform the rule-making process.