New York, NY (PRWEB) August 07, 2012
The Go Public Shells Reverse Mergers Group reveals the release of its new report disclosing secrets of taking a company public. While most people have a basic understanding that a company transitions from a private company to a public company by filing paperwork with the SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) and offering securities on the open stock market. But for many businesses seeking to go public the going public process is a mysterious undertaking fraught with pitfalls along the way. The GPSRM Group spokesperson says, "It doesn't have to be that way. Public company formation is not as difficult as some law firms and Finra Member broker dealers would have you believe. A company can go public and not raise capital. They can do this without public shells.
This comprehensive White Paper sets out to answer such questions as; what are the pros and cons of going public? What is the best method for raising capital? How does a company secure Venture Capital? Would a company be better served utilizing a Regulation D or Private Placement Memorandum verses an IPO? How does a public shell reverse merger work? Are there different listing requirements for each of the stock markets? What type of financial reporting is required?
To trade on the over the counter markets does not have any qualitative standards like Nasdaq Stock Market, the New York Stock Exchange or the American Stock Exchange.
Many foreign companies are choosing to go public in the US again since the new JOBS Act was passed by congress and signed into law by President Obama earlier this year.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is still preparing all of the regulations for the JOBS Act which included a provision for crowdfunding, A new way for companies to raise capital. Many critics of the JOBS act and the new crowdfunding laws feel it may be a way for companies to act frequently.
Our white paper about public shells and more is available to be downloaded in a pdf format.
Go Public Shells Reverse Mergers