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Exempted Transactions Under the Securities Act of 1933 (Vols. 7, 7A and 7B, Securities Law Series)

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Format: Binder/Looseleaf
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2014-2017
Service #: 16622712
Sub #: 16622711
Publication frequency: Quarterly
Update method: Replacement pages

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Exempted Transactions Under the Securities Act of 1933 (Vols. 7, 7A and 7B, Securities Law Series)

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The expert analysis in Exempted Transactions Under the Securities Act of 1933 explains how to obtain maximum benefit from transactional exemptions and provides guidance to issuers, affiliates, underwriters, and broker-dealers. Featuring detailed treatment of all statutory and regulatory foundations of the exemptions, this work discusses:

    • How each exemption is used and interpreted

    • How exemption provisions or rules compare with other exemptions

    • How exemptions comport with disclosure philosophy underlying the Securities Act

With this title:
    • Learn to select the optimum exemption option and analyze resales of securities acquired in transactions

    • Assess current law through an extensive review of SEC no-action and interpretive letters

    • Identify crucial liability issues

    • Avoid the perils associated with selling restricted securities (and avoid costly oversights)

    • Advise your employer or clients on how the laws have been implemented by the SEC