by: Grow VC Group
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The depth and breadth of the equity and debt capital markets in the United States has been a key driver of the country’s economic success. By making capital available to companies of all sizes, from start-ups in Silicon Valley to blue chips on Wall Street, the U.S. system has helped fuel innovation and often given US companies an edge internationally. Through the creation of Rule 506(c) (defined below) and other changes to the rules governing capital raisings in the United States, lawmakers in the United States have sought to open the capital markets even further.

Despite the buoyant markets in the United States, non-U.S. companies are often reluctant to raise funds there due to the relatively litigious nature of U.S. investors, the perceived complications related to the U.S. rules and regulations and the simple fact that reaching investors in the United States can be difficult, particularly for companies that aren’t located or very active in the United States.

The new rules around marketing deals implemented following the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (the JOBS Act) and the rise of the utility of the internet, both in marketing and lowering deal costs, could encourage more non-U.S. companies to consider raising funds in the United States.

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