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CALIFORNIA CORPORATE & SECURITIES LAW

Staff Addresses Family Trusts With Multistate Trustees

When the Securities and Exchange Commission two years ago proposed amendments to Rule 147 and adoption of Rule 147A, I commented on an issue that I foresaw with respect to family and other non-business trusts: Proposed Rule 147 does not address how the residency of non-business trusts should be determined. Many individual investors purchase securities by…

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Investment Companies And Intrastate Offerings

Recently, my eye caught the following statement in the SEC’s Intrastate Offering Exemptions: A Small Entity Compliance Guide for Issuers: Issuers registered or required to be registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940 are not eligible to conduct offerings pursuant to Section 3(a)(11), Rule 147 or Rule 147A. This seemed accurate enough with respect to…

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New Rule 147A And Amendments To Rule 147 Are Now Effective

Last October the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted amendments to Rule 147 to modernize the safe harbor under Section 3(a)(11) and a new intrastate offering exemption, Rule 147A.  See Will New Rule 147A Lead To A Renaissance In California Permit Applications?  These changes took effect on just over a month ago – on April 20, 2017. …

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Will New Rule 147A Lead To A Renaissance In California Permit Applications?

Yesterday, the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted a new intrastate offering exemption under the Securities Act of 1933.  Significantly, new Rule 147A will have no restrictions on offers and will not require that an issuer be organized in the state in which the intrastate offering is being conducted.  I was pleased to see that the adopting release cited…

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