This article details proposed changes to Regulation A, a little-used exemption designed to facilitate the raising of a relatively small amount of capital without requiring the expense and time commitment of an SEC filing. The article explains why Regulation A is used so sparingly today, what changes the House's recently-passed bill would make to the exemption, and how these changes, in conjunction with other securities law changes such as the creation of a crowdfunding exemption, could mean for startups in need of capital.
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Regulation A: Crowdfunding’s ugly older brother