The Small-Time Market for Mini-IPOs

Issue 11-13-17   |   Reviewer:   J. Vincent Eagan, JD, Ph.D.
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Abstract

Regulation A+, enacted in 2015, has allowed for a handful of “mini-IPOs.” These small initial public offerings are limited to $50 million and have lower disclosure requirements. They've been risky investments, and all have lost money thus far. Several Regulation A+ deals have been associated with shady pasts. The Trump administration wants to raise the ceiling on Regulation A+ offerings to $75 million.





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