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Investor Relations for small cap Companies - Advantages

· If you think small-cap companies doesn’t have its share of benefits then probably you are wrong. Small cap companies have greater chances of knowing the company’s market to the depth. Maintaining good relations with the Investor Relations Officer (IRO) to have awareness about the present market scenario is only possible with small cap companies. They are pretty much well-versed with the newer penny stock promotion and stock promotion techniques.
· This is not possible with large-cap companies because it becomes quite difficult for them to interact with every investor personally.
· Small cap companies are a great source to learn new things. You are all set to take over one or more than one responsibility.

#minamargroup #investor_relations #IR #investor_awareness #IA #florida #westpalmbeach #otcmarkets #stockmarket #investors #IPO #RegA
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Continuous or Delayed Offerings

Regulation A+ offers issuers limited ability to conduct continuous or delayed offerings. Specifically, issuers may engage in continuous or delayed offerings for
(1) offers and sales by selling securityholders;
(2) securities under a dividend or interest reinvestment plan or employee benefit plan;
(3) securities issued upon exercise of outstanding options, warrants, or rights; (4) securities to be issued upon conversion of other outstanding securities;
(5) securities pledged as collateral; or (
6) securities the offering of which will commence within two calendar days after qualification and that will be conducted on a continuous basis for a period greater than 30 days and in an amount that is reasonably expected to be offered and sold within two years from initial qualification.

Under these parameters, Regulation A+ issuers would not be able to qualify a shelf offering statement and do takedowns at a later date. In addition, Regulation A+ will not allow at-the-market offerings. If a continuous offering has not been completed within three years from the date of qualification, a new offering statement must be filed and qualified. To be eligible to conduct a delayed or continuous offering the issuer must be current in its annual and semi-annual Tier 2 reporting obligations at the time of sale.

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Reg A+ Continuous Offerings explained by John Lux
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Buy Public Company - One Stop Solution OTC Markets - NASDAQ Pubcos

Mina Mar Group is the largest small cap, micro cap and nano cap retailer of newly minted public companies and already quoted / trading public companies; listed on OTC . We offer a vast inventory of pubco vehicles and superior service. We offer all range of services from A to Z. With a large selection of pubco inventory and with our network of agents across the country, your ZIP code enables us to find the right pubco that matches your search needs and wants criteria. Your ZIP code also helps us to provide you with approved service providers for example, lawyers, accountants, or business appraisers to name a few to assist you in evaluating your merger process and control block ; should you elect to take advantage of our full service option package.

Many of our clients and companies we represent will offer financing and some will consider doing "equity only deals". Equity only deals do not apply to start up companies,. They are more designed with already established companies with some legacy and real companies that can demonstrate that they have a viable business model and are enroute to great things or progress that will improve the share valuations of all shareholders. Best of all, all of our companies offered for sale are either ranked as YIELD or have a CURRENT rank with OTC Markets. We insure that they are not branded as "Public shells" as defined by SEC. We also offer and represent some NASDAQ listed companies (some in peril of being de listed from NASDAQ, usually as a result of theiur inability to maintain NASDAQ share price valuation) which can be acquired at very favorable terms and price; resultingf in a WIN WIN for both your stakeholders, principals and all shareholders alike.

Call Us: 1 866 609 6695

Or perhaps you are looking for something different such as an off shore trading company or an SPC / SPAC whatever your needs are call one of our representatives to discuss the best options for your stakeholder's and shareholders alike.

#minamargroup #investor_relations #IR #M&A #mergers_and_acquisitions #public_company #buy_public_company
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If you are looking for
An Exit Strategy (Sell Your Business) in whole or in part
ADDITIONAL FUNDS to develop your existing or a start up business
A PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING company to guide you through a maze
Professional Assistance in GOING PUBLIC (Taking Your Company Public)
Assistance in COMMUNICATION with INVESTORS (Existing Private and or Public company)
We are here to assist you!
We assist companies reach their objectives in public and private markets. We guide you every step of the way, through the complex maze of public markets.
We offer a simple and affordable alternative to venture capitalists and investment banks
SEC & Other Filings
Public Shells
Financial Compliance
Financial Media
Distribution & Fundraising
Capital Advisory
Investor Roadshows & Outreach
Roll-ups and Acquisitions
Strategic Communication
Business Marketing Consulting
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Reg A+ VS. S-1


Title IV of the JOBS Act, also known as Regulation A+ or Reg A+ represents a new (and very well-promoted) form of offering stock to non-accredited, retail investors. The price: filing a couple years’ audited financials and getting a knowledge and reputable attorney to file the Form 1-A. There are two options for Reg A+, which provides a bit more flexibility.

One of the big benefits of Reg A+ is the ability to “test the waters” prior to shelling out the coin for attorneys and accountants to prepare your offering. A product or product design that has broad-based appeal and an existing network of potential users could–within the confines of what is allowed by SEC law–test the efficacy of a Reg A+ campaign before actually collecting any money and signing-up any investors. This option alone significantly reduces the downside financial risk. In addition, Reg A+ also bypasses most individual state Blue Sky laws, allowing issuers to generally solicit without having to register securities individually in each respective state. Not even an S-1 filing has that feature. This is extremely important, especially as most Reg A+ offerings will likely involve some form of web portal which will expose the offering broadly. Companies are also able to sell their own stock in a Reg A+ offering directly on the company’s website.


Often referred to as a direct public offering (DPO), a direct offering or a direct shareholder offering, a traditional S-1 is just like the famous IPOs often promoted in the media. Like a typical IPO a form S-1 is filed with the SEC, registered the desired shares. As part of this process, the company files PCAOB-audited financials, obtains a CUSIP# and applies for a ticker symbol. Most often these companies are listed on the over-the-counter exchange.

We Mina Mar Group will lead you through any of aforementioned processes. Since we mastered both procedures all needed paperwork can be done in no time and full IR and IA support is available.

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Going Public 101

A direct public offering (“Direct Public Offering”) provides flexibility in a going public transaction by allowing an issuer to sell its shares directly to investors without the use of an underwriter. With a Direct Public Offering, the company files a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”).
Typically, in going public transaction Form S-1 (”S-1”) registration statements are used.
A company can use a Form S-1 registration statement to register securities on its own behalf in an initial public offering, register securities on behalf of its selling security holders in a secondary offering or register securities on its own behalf as well as for selling security holders.
Using a Direct Public Offering to Go Public
All issuers qualify to file a registration statement on Form S-1 and it is the most common registration statement form used in going public transactions. Filing a registration statement in connection with a going public transaction eliminates many of the risks and expenses associated with reverse mergers including among other things, undisclosed liabilities, sketchy corporate records, DTC Chills, Global Locks and SEC trading suspensions.
SEC Review of Registration Statements in Direct Public Offerings & Going Public Transactions
For public companies and private companies going public, an SEC review of the Form S-1 registration statement is common. Upon review, the SEC may render comments which the company must address by filing amendments to its registration statement. When all of the SEC comments have been answered to the satisfaction of the SEC, it will declare the registration statement effective.
Additional Steps of Going Public in Direct Public Offerings
Filing an S-1 registration statement under any of the above scenarios will not complete the going public transaction. A registration statement alone does not cause an issuer’s securities to become publicly traded and it will not result in the assignment of a ticker symbol. The registration statement will cause the company to become subject to the SEC’s reporting requirements. After satisfying the SEC’s requirements, the issuer must comply with the requirements of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”) to obtain its ticker symbol.
The Last Step for Issuers Going Public – Getting a Ticker Symbol
Generally, FINRA requires that the issuer have at least 25 shareholders who hold either registered shares or with respect to Pink Sheet listed issuers, shares that have been held by non-affiliate investors for twelve months. The majority of the 25 holders should have paid cash consideration for their shares.

Mina Mar Group will guide you through the whole process, inquire more info at Toll Free: 1 866 833 3234
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Going Public – The Process

The process of taking a company public requires a significant amount of work and knowledge of the reverse merger or IPO process. The assistance of a top team including an experienced securities lawyer is also mandatory for a successful outcome. Mina Mar Group not only manages the entire process, but also provides a competent and proven team of internal & external staff and resources. The Mina Mar Group turnkey process starts with your decision to go public and ends with your company acquiring a ticker symbol and raising capital. Mina Mar Group doesn’t just take you public. We engage stock distribution and investor relations firms to ensure that the offering is distributed far and wide, in order to raise the most capital at the best price for your company.

1. Internal company agreement to go public.

Management will present the concept of going public to the Board of Directors so they may consider the option. Included in this presentation should be financials, projections, operating responsibilities, staffing, marketing, technology, intellectual property and other documentation to ensure that the board can make an adequate decision. Once the board approves the idea of going public, the next step is to assemble the right team. At Mina Mar Group, we assemble the entire team for you. We will deploy a securities attorney as well as recommend an accounting firm in order to audit your company’s financials. The company’s financial statements should be carefully reviewed and to ensure they comply with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The accounting firm assists with the review of the financial statements and the making of appropriate adjustments.

2. Mina Mar Group Agreement.

Your company will then formalize its arrangement with Mina Mar Group which will outline Mina Mar Group’s plans, timelines, process, fees, the size of the offering, the price ranges and other parameters. In addition, decisions at this point will be made as to whether or not the company will be merged into a blank checks shell, or will use an alternative method such as a Direct Public Offering (DPO).

3. Drafting the Prospectus.

After the letter of intent is signed, Mina Mar Group, in combination with our securities lawyers and your accountants, will begin preparing the prospectus. The prospectus is a written document prepared for investors as a legal disclosure document. The prospectus is required to contain the following information:

1. Audited financial statements
2. Business description
3. Management structure
4. The company's capitalization
5. Management compensation
6. Transactions between the company and management
7. Shareholdings of principal shareholders
8. Intended use of the proceeds of the offering
9. Disclosure and discussion of the company's operations and financial condition
10. The effect of dilution on existing shares
11. The company's dividend policy
12. The underwriting agreement
4. Draft

Mina Mar Group attorneys, analysts and other staff will draft the narrative part of the prospectus and your accountants will prepare the financial statements.

5. Due Diligence.

Mina Mar Group and your accountants will perform due diligence of the company. We will examine the company's management, business objectives, operations, competitive position, financial condition, performance, and plan. Information regarding the company's vendors, customers, and industry are also part of the review process. The prospectus will change as more information is revealed.

6. Presentation to the SEC.

MMG will file and present the preliminary prospectus to the SEC. It is likely that within a few weeks, the SEC will return with comments including additional requirements, disclosure or further clarification.

7. SEC Approval.

Once the prospectus has been revised in accordance with the comments of the SEC and the appropriate stock market, the SEC will declare the registration effective, the company can “go to print” with the prospectus.

8. FINRA Filings and Compliance.

RPI will work with our stock transfer agent to submit form 15(c)211 in order to pass FINRA compliance. We will continue to work with FINRA until all of their questions and comments are answered and your firm has been accepted.

9. Syndication.

After the preliminary prospectus has been prepared and filed with the SEC, RPI will assemble a "syndicate" consisting of other investment relations firms, stock distribution firms and other companies who will attempt to market and sell portions of the offering to investors.

10. Road show.

Our investor relations firms will arrange multiple meetings with potential investors and analysts. The road show is a formal presentation of the company’s operations, financial condition, products or services, performance, and markets. During the road show, investors and analysts will ask questions of the firm in order to determine whether or not they will invest.

11. Pricing and Offering Size.

On the day before the registration becomes effective and sale commences the offering is priced. Mina Mar Group will recommend a price taking into account all aspects of the company including investor demand, the amount of capital required, performance, the stock price of competitive companies, the success of the road show, and general market and industry conditions. Mina Mar Group will also consult with the company regarding the size of the offering, and the desired control over the corporation.

For all additional info feel free to contact our representatives at Toll Free: 1 866 833 3234
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Private Equity

Many of our clients who wish to go public also need private equity financing along way.

Even though our IPO process only takes between four and six months, companies need operating capital in order to continue building their businesses while waiting for the various IPO processes such as the SEC, FINRA, market makers and more.

MMG can help raise private equity via a private placement memorandum (PPM) while our clients are in the IPO process. We will work with your investors to help bring in capital to fuel your business. Our team of analysts will write private placement memorandums and help you structure your company in order to raise between $1 million and $5 million via private equity.

Our clients tell us that this two-step process of raising private capital and then raising capital and public markets is a viable alternative to traditional venture and angel rounds of financing. We find that it is easier to help our clients raise private equity with an eminent IPO versus traditional angel or venture financing where liquidity may be 3 to 5 years away. If you’re interested in discussing how we can help you raise private capital while you are in the process of going public, please contact us right away.
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