Reg A+ is a framework for capital-raising that was created under the JOBS Act and subsequently implemented by the Obama administration in 2015. The framework is meant to provide a more cost-effective means of raising capital for companies wishing to avoid the hefty expenses, resources, and reporting obligations typically required under the Exchange Act when selling public securities. While Reg A+ offerings can function similarly to a traditional IPO, they allow for greater flexibility when it comes to gauging public interest in the company’s securities and the types of investors allowed to purchase those securities. As of March 15, 2021, Reg A+ rules allow companies to raise up to $75 million in a 12-month period.
The minimum investment is 100 shares, which amounts to $420 USD
Credit Card, Debit Card, ACH, and Wire.
Reg A+ allows for equity securities, debt securities, and securities that are convertible or exchangeable into equity interests, as well as guarantees of these securities. Reg A+ specifically excludes asset-backed securities, as defined by 17 CFR § 229.1101(c).
Prime Harvest Inc.’s is looking to raise $42,000,000 under the Reg A+ Offering.
A subscription agreement is a legal contract between you and Prime Harvest Inc. to purchase shares. This purchase of stock is a one-time event. No recurring payments will be withdrawn from you.
Funds from this offering are being used for continued corporate operations, growth, and expansion. Please, visit our ‘Opportunity Section’ in our offering curricular for more details on our plans for the future.
No, our offering is open to international investors as well.
Our aspiration as a management team is to deliver value to all our stakeholders and we continually assess the various opportunities to do just that. By filing our Reg A+ with the SEC, once the SEC Qualifies our filing, it becomes a public offering in the sense that the buyers of our stock will then be allowed by the SEC to sell their shares. It is our intention that after raising capital through the Reg A+, we will consider listing our stock on one of the exchanges available to us, which include Alternative Trading Systems (ATS), that provide liquidity with no shorting or naked shorting of stocks. Or, on exchanges such as OTCQB, the OTCQX, or the NASDAQ. Upon Qualification, and after raising sufficient capital from enough investors, Reg A+ can be used as the listing vehicle to the NASDAQ or the NYSE. Our management team will consider all the circumstances as we continue on our capital-raising process and select the most prudent liquidity vehicle. Note that we cannot guarantee that the SEC will qualify our Reg A+ or that we will raise capital through the offering.
You do not need a brokerage account to buy shares, but you will need one if you want to trade them.