Private Placement Memorandums
If your company is looking to raise funds from investors through Rule 506 of Regulation D, then you will need what is called a Private Placement Memorandum (PPM). This is a document that highlights the business, what it does, how it works, the risks involved if someone is willing to invest in it, and explains the offering of restricted securities that are usually supplemented by several key financial statements. Think of it simply as all the information a potential investor could need or want compiled into one easy to read, visually pleasing and well-organized document.
In many cases, if not all, this document also includes pictures, graphics, and other elements that make it appealing to potential investors. A Private Placement Memorandum is most commonly used as a tool to present to investors before they make the decision to purchase equity in a company.
For inquiries regarding a Private Placement Memorandum please send us an email through our contact information. In this message describe what your business does, your company's goals and any other questions or relevant information you might have.