A private stock offering—sometimes called a private placement—is when you sell securities in your business without an initial public offering—usually called an IPO.
In other words, a private placement is when you sell your company's stocks or bonds to private investors.
By continuing you are declaring that you are indeed an 'Accredited Investor' and have not been solicited to partake in this offering, but rather come under your own accord.
A Private Placement Memorandum outlines the terms and conditions upon which we are offering interests in our business. You can think of it as a brochure for our business, where we alert potential investors to the facts they'll need to know about our company. We set the amount of stocks we're offering overall, the price for each, how many an investor can purchase, when that investor will receive stocks, and pertinent information about our company (such as its founders, age, projected profit, etc.).
A Subscription Agreement will be required to be generated. All agreements and applications are reviewed by our staff and electronically signed, forwarded with any further instructions neccessary.
The maximum number of shares a qualified investor can purchase
The minimum number of shares a qualified investor can purchase to participate