Presentation on theme: "The Cape Fear Capital Connection News Hour: Tuesday, October 21, 2014. A Live Internet TV Broadcast of News and Information About Technology, Capital Markets,"— Presentation transcript:
The Cape Fear Capital Connection News Hour: Tuesday, October 21, 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 1. Spotlight on K-3 Enterprises Inc. of Fayetteville Brian Kent, CEO, discusses new military contract. $2.16 billion hybrid, indefinite-delivery/ indefinite- quantity contract for global intelligence support services acquisition for fully integrated intelligence, security, information operations and related support What this means for his company. How he obtains business. What happens next?
Segment Two: K-3 As A Model For Technology Innovation in The Cape Fear 1. When a company like K-3 wins a contract, how does that affect the Cape Fear region? 2. Yesterday, in Raleigh, there was an employment conference aimed at helping vets. How does your company use its resources for vets? 3. How did your company begin its business with the military?
Segment 3. Verdonik on Securities Law Tom and Jim discuss intrastate offerings. The Maryland Securities Commissioner released its final rules for compliance with the exemption on October 1, 2014, making intrastate crowdfunding in Maryland fully legal.Maryland Securities Commissioner
Maryland’s New Law Contains 3 Barriers First, Maryland has limited the amount and type of funds that can be raised under the exemption to a $100,000 debt offering.Maryland In addition, each individual investor can invest only $100 in a particular offering without regard to whether or not they are considered an “accredited investor” under Securities and Exchange Commission rules. the Maryland law explicitly states that the exemption will be unavailable to any issuer that pays “commission or other remuneration... in connection with an offering of securities under this item to any person who is not registered as required under this title.” MD Corp. and Assoc. Code. § (16)(v).
What Do North Carolina Companies Need How much capital. Rules and Regs for companies and investors. Business infrastructure.
Segment 4. The North Carolina Secretary of State What laws are in place to regulate intrastate offerings. Who administers the law. Are Reg D Rule 506 offerings currently exempt from state registration?