Regulation D remains the primary vehicle which startups use to raise capital (such as venture capital and angel investment) without having to comply with the burdensome disclosure requirements of the Securities Act of 1933. This article notes a key change to Regulation D, which would eliminate the ban on general solicitation of investors, but advocates for a further change to open startup investment opportunities to a broader investor base.
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Is Regulation D helping the 1%, but punishing the 99%?