The Wall Street Journal recently reported that the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is considering easing the regulations on how private companies raise capital.
The areas that the SEC is going to review are general solicitation rules, the 500 share holder limit and regulations around crowdfunding. Easing these regulations will have a major impact on how startups raise capital and will help more startups raise funding.
Let’s review each of the regulations and see how startups could benefit.
To read the full, original article click on this link: How Startups Will Benefit if the SEC Relaxes Funding Regulations