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Re: [newtech-1] Forming a Company with International Investors

From: Miles R.
Sent on: Friday, January 11, 2013 10:39 AM
The SEC doesn't deal with foreign investors it deals with the proper disclosure of information as it relates to both securities issues and trading in their shares. 



On Jan 11, 2013, at 9:54 AM, Sandra <[address removed]> wrote:

There are SEC issues with international investing. I was just approached by a group of Swedish companies to arrange investor and IR meetings in NY and these issues came up.

 

I would suggest chatting with an attorney (he will give you the first hour free) who specializes in these situations.  His name is Morrie Simkin and his number is [masked]-0476. He’s a securities and regs lawyer who started out as an enforcer for the SEC so he knows his way around this subject very, very well.

 

 

 

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Alan Hyman
Sent: Friday, January 11,[masked]:36 AM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [newtech-1] Forming a Company with International Investors

 

Hello NYTM. 

Happy New year to everyone. I have some questions about forming a company and accepting investment. Here is the good situation to be in: My partners's family overseas wants to invest in our company. What are the different things we could offer them? One idea was to give them a percentage stock of the company. Then as my partner and I make profit we would buy back shares. Also what issues will we find when accepting investment from an overseas investor?  Has anyone been in this situation before? I would love to hear any stories you may have out of your experiences forming companies and accepting investments. Advice?

 

Are there any reliable resources online we could use to research these questions?

 

Thank you. 


Best,

Alan Hyman

Sent via Mac Mail. It is not the best, but it is pretty.

 

 

 





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