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SEC Proposes Eased Crowdfunding Rules

The SEC has proposed new crowdfunding rules which would dramatically expand the potential pool of investors.

Click here to go to read more at Monarch Bay’s website.

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SEC’s Forum on Small Business Capital Formation

SECLogoThe SEC’s annual forum on small business capital formation, which has become an important forum for ideas and discussion, will be held on November 21st.

Thanks to Morrison & Foerster LLP  for the alert.

Click on the link below or copy and paste the link into your browser.

http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/sec-forum-on-small-business-capital-form-99846/

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Financing Window for Middle Market Private Companies

By Dennis McCarthy – (213) 222-8260 – dennis@mbsecurities.com –

Today, middle market private companies have an unusual opportunity to raise equity capital.  If your middle market company would benefit from more equity capital, now may be the time to approach the capital markets.

Historically, we’d found that there was a practical cutoff at $5 million of EBITDA.  Private companies with less than $5 million of EBITDA generated little interest from private equity investors.

Now, while this window is open, we’re finding that middle market private companies with less than $5 million of EBITDA are getting interest from private equity investors.

In addition, we’re finding that these private equity investors may be willing to consider minority stakes in private companies.

Historically, getting a private equity group to invest in a minority position was rare.

And, to be fair, the strongest interest among private equity groups continues to be in majority investments, but we’re seeing more interest in minority stakes.

This is an attractive financing window which doesn’t come along often.

If your middle market private company would benefit from equity capital, to grow faster, pay off some debt or cash out some current shareholders, please contact me to discuss raising capital.   

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