Go Public Quickly & Without Being Required To Have Audited Financials.
Tiber Creek Corporation became the 1st company ever to take a private company public on the Pink Sheets by making their securities DTC eligible without audited financial statements by using a Regulation A. This is significant for small companies and even start-up’s who may want to go public fast.
Tiber Creek is very well respected in the micro cap circles for taking companies public; it is headed by a venerable securities attorney and has a great deal of contacts in the Investment Banking community that are willing to invest in smaller sized deals.
Raising capital for companies that are public give CEO’s the advantage of a company with a higher valuation. This allows them to raise more capital and give away less of the company. In order to have access to public capital you must be a public company. This allows you to go to investment banks that typically are not allowed to, or will not invest, in a private company.
As a public company you also have the ability to advertise. Assuming you follow all the necessary procedures - which include but are not limited to - an S-1 registration statement. A private company cannot advertise its offerings and is only allowed to raise money from friends and family. All the above gives a public company a distinct advantage.
An S-1 Registration does require an audit, but allows you to trade on the OTC Bulletin Board which Tiber Creek also can help a company achieve.
Tiber Creek has found a way to help companies go public without the need of going through a financial audit. This method allows a business to become a public company via the OTC Pink Sheets.
Small businesses are choosing to go public and trade in the over the counter market on the Pink Sheets because they don’t have to file 10Q’s or 10K’s . Quarterly reporting is not required for non-reporting public companies.
When a company decides to go public it is introduced to many new opportunities, such as: raising capital becomes easier, stock can be used as currency to buy things or to trade for advertising.
Tiber Creek has a corporate barter fund that trades restricted stock for media, such as: radio, television and print advertising as well as internet advertising. Companies then use the advertising for investor awareness campaigns and to promote their product or service.
It should not be overlooked that entrepreneurs that take their company public can even advertise to the general public. This is not allowed for a private company. The company would have to file an s-1 registration statement with the SEC among other procedures. But it does open up a world of possibilities – to not only advertise to the investing public - but to also make offers to the thousands of small stock brokerage firms that can raise capital. There are only a few firms that will take your company public and raise money at the same time. Those kinds of large investment firms, such as Merrill Lynch, require companies to be doing in excess of $60 million in revenues.
However, a company can go public with the assistance of Tiber Creek and then go to the many stock brokerage firms and ask them to offer your stock to their clients. Tiber Creek facilitates such meetings through its extensive network consisting of smaller and regional investment banking firms and broker dealers.
Any company can go public; you don’t need an underwriter or to raise capital. Heineken Beer, Nintendo, Nestle Chocolate and a lot of other large well-known companies trade on the Pink Sheets.
Tiber Creek recently helped Loans4less whose symbol is LFLS or LFLS.PK to go public on the Pink Sheets (LFLS did not have to get an audit!)
As of June, LFLS with revenues of only a couple of hundred thousand dollars had a stock market valuation in excess of $20 million.
Loans4Less.recently announced that it’s closed its Regulation A stock equity offering and they have stock quotation as a DTC/DRS eligible security.
TCC helps companies in listing on the NYSE, AMEX, Nasdaq along with the Pink Sheets and the OTCBB (Over The Counter Bulletin Board). They have an informative website which is http://www.tcc5.com for those who would like to learn more about going public.
Going Public: Learn How Any Company Can Go Public
Many people think that you need to be a large company to go public or do an IPO (Initial Public Offering). The fact of the matter is any business can become a public company, since, there are not any revenue nor are there any asset requirements. Tiber Creek Corporation, in Beverly Hills, California, is looking for quality companies that would like to go public and become publicly
traded. They can list companies on the New York Stock Exchange
(NYSC), the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) or the National
Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation System
(NASDAQ); they assist smaller companies that wish to go public by
facilitating their listing via the Over The Counter Bulletin Board
(OTCBB) or the Pink Sheets. Public companies offer many benefits
not available to private companies, such as: liquidity, prestige, and
the ability to use the company’s stock as currency for mergers and
Our company president has been in business since 1975, providing consultation
services to many companies and offering expert advice and assistance
in all areas of the going public process, such as: Rules 504 & 506 of
Regulation D, private placements, public offerings and registration
statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).