Presentation on theme: "The Cape Fear Capital Connection News Hour: Tuesday, November 4, 2014 A Live Internet TV Broadcast of News and Information About Technology, Capital Markets,"— Presentation transcript:
The Cape Fear Capital Connection News Hour: Tuesday, November 4, 2014 A Live Internet TV Broadcast of News and Information About Technology, Capital Markets, and Business In The Cape Fear Valley On With Thomas Vass The Private Capital News Network Presents
Segment One: Introducing The Folio Investing Private Placement Account Special guest: Blaine McLaughlin VP Business Development and Sales Folio Institutional What is the Folio Private Placement Account and how does it work? How do companies and clients open their account? What happens to the account after the offering period ends? Why is this account beneficial to investors?
Segment Two: What Are The Broader Economic Benefits of the New Account? How does this account strengthen the ability of other partners in the capital market, such as Accredited Investor Crowdfunding matching sites, like Zacks or V Finance to raise capital? How will this account affect other parts of the JOBS Act such as the proposed Title 4 Reg A+?
Segment Three: How The New Internet Tools For Raising Capital Work Together The Folio Institutional Private Placement Account for companies and investors allows investors from anywhere on the internet to have a centralized account for making private investments. Investors currently search for private investment deals on 6 major investor matching websites.
We Discussed The New Private Placement Settlement Account At Folio Investing Folio Investing Moved The Entire Closing Transaction to Raise Capital To The Internet. Deal Funding Folio Investing Company Account Multiple Investor Accounts
Why This New Closing Platform Is Important To The Company distribute company securities in a single click, rapidly gauge market response and act with current information about investor demand. regulatory compliance, tax reporting investor online accreditation, instant access to offer documentation and subscription status, and an online brokerage account
In the New Model of Raising Capital, Companies Use Internet Marketing to Find Investors A good example is Zacks Private Placement Website. Companies place a profile listing on Zacks, just like dating websites have a profile page. As a matter of fact, the new accredited investor private placement process is a lot like dating websites.
The Benefits of The Zacks Private Profile Listing Zacks Private lists over 30,000 investment opportunities that can be sorted and filtered by investors to drill down to the deals that are most important to the investor. Half a million daily subscribers use the parent Zacks Website for investment research and financial opinion pages. Over a million qualified accredited investors use Zacks to find private deals. Zacks proprietary technologies and databases can help the company pinpoint the right investors in the industry’s largest pool of accredited investors. Over 100,000 accredited investors have opted-in to obtain s on new deals that match the investor’s criteria.
Zacks Is Only One of Six Large Investor Matching Website As the new tools become more widely used, all the investors will need a centralized account to manage all of their private investments. In 2012, about 175,000 accredited investors made investments in private companies. There are about 8 million potential accredited investors in the U. S. There are tens of thousands of accredited investors who live in the Cape Fear.
The Implications For The Cape Fear Economy? There are tens of thousands of accredited investors who live in the 7 county Cape Fear regional economy. There are about 500 high quality private technology companies in the regional economy. Combine Zacks type of profile matching service with Folio Investment’s account, and help local companies connect to local sources of capital.
Segment Four: Verdonik on Securities Law A Legal Analysis of The Proposed Reg A+ Why do they nickname this Regulation A+ Why is pre-empting state securities laws such a big change in Regulation A offerings? I understand you are still pessimistic that Regulation A+ will become a common type of securities offering. Why? What are the primary differences between Tier 1 and Tier 2 Regulation A offerings? For what types of offerings or companies is Regulation A most suitable?