Fast turns, spot-on execution and absolute cost transparency drove Vintage’s Regulation A+ (Reg A+) corporate filings leadership throughout 2016… and the momentum into 2017.
Compared directly aside the company’s top two SEC transactions competitive peers, Vintage has earned 67% of 2016’s marketshare.
Reg A+ is an updated rule to the existing Regulation A exemption for smaller issuers and was mandated by Title IV of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act. It allows smaller companies to offer and sell up to $50 million of securities within a 12-month period, subject to eligibility, disclosure and reporting requirements.
In addition to its spot-on execution, Vintage’s thought-leadership also contributes to their dominance. Examples include the DIY worksheet that guides a company through the different information they will need to collect as well as educational webinars.
The RegA+ worksheet can be downloaded here.
In addition to 2016’s leadership, Vintage has been the #1 filing agent since Reg A+ first became effective in June 2015. Vintage has worked with as many companies as the three next filing agents combined.
Vintage has adjusted its traditional S-1 IPO team to escort its emerging growth company clients through the Form 1-A process, exercising the same detailed oversight in the offering’s drafting and filing with the SEC. A mini-IPO is a smaller filing, but it is no less compliant than one of the larger S-1 filings Vintage creates and files for later-stage companies.
Beyond the capital markets practice group that works with law firms, investment banks and M&A deal-drivers, Vintage also supports two other practice groups:
- Corporate Services, which supports public companies with compliance and shareholder communications solutions
- Institutional & Fund Services for investment management and mutual fund organizations
Vintage is headquartered in New York City with regional sales and service offices throughout the US and internationally. The company is now part of the expanding and worldwide Cision, Inc. organization.