Regulation A+, also known as Reg A+, is a regulation established by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States. It was designed to make it easier for smaller, early-stage companies to raise capital. It is essentially an alternative to a traditional initial public offering (IPO), which can be expensive and time-consuming. It’s intended to streamline the process of raising funds for smaller businesses while still providing necessary protections for investors. At the same time, it enables investors worldwide to support projects they believe in, whether they want to make a small contribution or invest big.
How Does a Reg A+ Work?
We went through several steps to be able to launch our Reg A. We created our offering circular, which includes information on things like financials and the terms of the securities being offered. We filed it with the SEC for review. The SEC reviewed, approved, and qualified our offering circular, which has allowed us to launch our Reg A. This means that, with just a few clicks, you can join our cause and help us bring down the carbon footprint of global shipping.
Between us at Zergratran and you, as an investor on the other side, are multiple parties ensuring a safe and secure investment process. One of those parties involved in our Reg A is KoreConx. KoreConX is a secure All-In-One Platform that gives the private market ecosystem the ability to compliantly manage corporate records, funding activities, shareholders, and investors. I recently sat down with Oscar Jofre, Founder and CEO of KoreConX. I asked him to explain how a Reg A offering works, what parties are involved, and how technology enables secure investing on a global scale for small and large investors alike. Oscar also gives his view on projects like ours in Northern Colombia.
To watch or listen to the pleasant and interesting conversation I had with Oscar, please see the video below.
Please enjoy my conversation with Oscar Jofre