DPO generally falls under three regulatory classifications, Regulation D Section 504 of the Securities Act of 1933 has become the most widely known, called the
"Small Corporate Offering Registration" or "SCOR." SCOR allows you to raise up to $1 million every twelve months, by registration with state securities administrations. Next, a Regulation A
offering extends that size to $5 million, but also requires a registration with the Small Business Office of the SEC.
Finally, intrastate offerings typically have no ceiling. Variations of these three exist as well with even more legal choices, but you'll generally find your
needs filled with one of these options.
Additionally, on December 3, 2019, the SEC approved amendments to the Nasdaq rules related to direct listings on the Nasdaq Global Market and Nasdaq Capital
Market. As previously reported, on February 15, 2019, Nasdaq amended its direct listing process rules for listing on the Market Global Select Market.
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