February 25, 2021
“Capital raising for any kind of venture, but especially niche initiatives like qualified opportunity funds (QOF), is challenging enough and even more so when navigating the federal securities laws. However, recent regulatory developments and the burgeoning offering mechanisms have the potential to significantly expand the pool of potential investors and reduce a fund sponsor’s burden. Fund sponsors should pay careful attention to the possibilities arising from changes to the traditional private placement exemptions and to general solicitation market leaders when structuring their offerings – whether for real estate or operating companies.”
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