Regulation A+ allows the public to invest in private companies. Real Estate Owners can use a Mini-IPO under Reg A+ to access new investors
About this Event
-----Reg A+ Background-----
On April 5, 2012, President Obama signed The JOBS Act , which greatly expanded entrepreneurs’ access to capital, allowing them to go to the crowd and publicly advertise their capital raises.
Initially, private companies could only crowdfund from accredited investors, the wealthiest 2% of Americans. From 2016, Title IV (Regulation A+) of the JOBS Act went into effect. For the first time, RegA+ allows private growth-stage companies (e.g. llc) to raise funds even from NON-qualified investors (American and NON American).
In late 2018 after the gained SEC qualification, Building BITS started its crowdfunding platform allowing Assets Owners to sell their properties to a large crowd of non-qualified investors.
This new Real Estate Investment tool allows Assets Owners to publish and market their Investment opportunity in a Mini-IPO also directly on well established market places like the NASDAQ or NYSE.
Most importantly, since these are publicly registered securities, they are freely tradable and liquid from day one.
------About the speakers------
Master in Public Policy Analysis at the UC Berkeley, Engineer, Entrepreneur in the field of PropTech and Asset Tokenisation, book author and scientific articles contributor. He is also a partner of BuildingBits.
Founder and CEO of BuildingBits, +20 years experience in the Real Estate investment market, MBA, Harvard Business School.
Building BITS - http://www.buildingbits.com - today lists $10M valued Real Estate assets and has more than1500 active investors