The introduction of the JOBS ACT of 2016 brought in new and better opportunities for the businesses raising capital and individual investors looking for alternative investment options. The highly acclaimed fund-raising advisory agency 7XCapital is looking forward to make the most out of JOBS ACT.
— The JOBS ACT of 2016 empowers the private companies to raise funds and capitals in a diversified way. As a result, today raising capital is not just limited to the existing associates like family members, friends, and colleagues. Now, the businesses can raise unlimited funds through many different ways including public advertisements and crowdfunding with a third party. Being a renowned and widely demanded advisory firm, 7X has come up with its bleeding-edge techniques and strategies to help these companies in achieving the maximum capital through the new doors that have opened by the JOBS ACT of 2016.
The JOBS ACT of 2016 has brought in many rules. Rule 506 (c) is a very popular and yet untapped exemption of the JOBS ACT through which allows businesses to reach beyond their FFA to raise capital. This rule is exclusively confined to the Accredited Investors. Although Rule 506(c) for raising funds has brought in an increased responsibility in comparison to Rule 506(b), many companies feel that this little burden is worth the return it yields. The JOBS Act of 2016 has indeed created a new revolution in the field of fundraising for businesses. This is a very good time for all the companies that can be benefitted from this Act.
Talking about the new opportunities and scopes that the JOBS ACT has created, the Managing Partner of 7XCapital.com, Mr. Matt Scott said, “The JOBS ACT is creating private capital opportunities that could have never been possible in the past. It is an extremely positive development for businesses across the country, and high-net-worth investors are quickly adjusting to investing online and seeking out private companies. We are seeing many of our clients raise exponentially more capital under the new 506(c) exemption if they are willing to employ an investor outreach process to appeal to the affluent investor. Take into account; our clients are not seeking early-stage capital. They offer a defined ROI and clear exit strategy to investors.”
About the company
7XCapital is a well-recognized firm helping companies raise private capital and high net-worth investors trying to figure out new possibilities to invest. It has a brilliant team of advisors who help private companies, investment funds, and real estate syndications by using advanced strategies to raise capital from Accredited Investors.
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