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http://www.TheSecuritiesAttorneys.com Reg A – Keeping Control of Your Company
It is important to founders to keep control of their companies. In fact, we find that most companies do better in the hands of their founders and not in the hands of venture capitalists or other outsiders.
Reg A gives small, growing companies a way to raise money without of venture capitalists who may demand control. You can use various ways to keep control after going pubic using Reg A or other types of offerings. You can have a preferred stock or a class of common stock with super voting rights. You can have a class of stock that elects a majority of the board of directors. You will also want anti-takeover provisions like staggered election of directors or poison pill preferred stock. Many states also have laws to prevent green mailing and unfair takeovers.
Venture capitalists may ask for full control or veto power over key decisions. Public investors do not expect to get control. You have more discretion to set the price when selling stock to public investors.
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