With the recent flurry of IPOs, many observers are amazed by the price “pop” at the offering. It’s not unusual for the value of a newly issued public company to rise sharply between the last private round and the IPO.
The SEC is offering new ways for non-accredited investors to participate in high-altitude private investing. There’s never been a better time to invest.
If your company has many shareholders, you know the challenges: regular reporting, annual meetings, and tax filings to name a few.