On June 19, 2015, the SEC defined rules for Title IV or Small Company Capital Formation of the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. In October 2015, the Commission finalized rules to govern the “retail crowdfunding” component of Title III of the Act —that is, the offer and sale of securities under new Section 4(a)(6) of the Securities Act . With Titles I, II, V, and VI already in effect, the SEC has now completed all major rulemaking efforts mandated by the JOBS Act. The correct application of the JOBS Act provisions and compliance with related regulations requires real-time information across a broad spectrum of material, including the recent FAST Act which eases requirements for EGCs.
JOBS Act Implementation QuickCharts is a dynamic reference tool that covers all aspects of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, from its passage in 2012 through current implementation efforts and rulemaking. The Act is intended to encourage small business and start-up funding by easing federal regulations.
The JOBS Act Implementation QuickCharts:
- Keeps practitioners up-to-date with changes related to primary source material and news.
- Allows users to quickly find and track recent activity and links to federal and state source materials.
- Enables users to build custom charts in seconds, targeting all or selected topics.
- Results are easily exported into Microsoft Word or Excel format.
QuickCharts is a workflow tool that allows practitioners to quickly select topics related to the JOBS Act Implementation and see a quick summary of the latest information with links to any related primary source material as well as any effective dates.
Note: Online subscriptions are for three-month periods.
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The main JOBS Act Implementation topics are as follows:
- Emerging Growth Companies
- Crowdfunding (Federal and State)
- Regulation A+ (Tier 1 and Tier 2 Offerings)
- General Solicitation (Rule 50 and Rule 144A)
- Shareholder Thresholds