Private Offering Attorneys in Oklahoma
In recent years, the excitement of a new corporation’s initial public offering of stock has become part of the daily business news cycle. As thrilling as an IPO can be, however, a public offering of stock is not the best route to take for every corporation. In many cases, a private offering or “private placement” of shares of a company without an initial public offering is a better choice. Such private offerings are generally limited to a small number of investors, allowing start-up and early stage companies to raise capital without the cost and media hype that can accompany an initial public offering.
At Tomlinson, Rust, McKinstry & Grable, we have the expertise you need to structure your private offering. Our attorneys will ensure your stock offering fully complies with the exemptions of the Securities Act of 1933 and other relevant legislation, keeping you in the clear legally and avoiding the need for you to register your stock with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Trust in the corporate law attorneys of Tomlinson, Rust, McKinstry & Grable to handle your company’s private offering and help you grow your business.