The SEC, Reporting
Public Shells & Reverse Mergers
The Securities and Exchange Commission press
release below is about Public Shells and Reverse Mergers. We
take you public without the use of a shell company.
Basically it states that if you are going to do a reverse merger with a public shell,
you will need audited financials and a Form
8-K with information similar to what would be in an S-1
Registration Statement. A company must file a Form 8-K with the
SEC after a reverse merger. Therefore, if you have found a
public shell that you're considering doing a reverse merger
with, the CEO of our company can assist you with the merger and
the filing of the Form 8-K with the Securities and
Exchange Commission (SEC). Our CEO is a very experienced
mergers and acquisitions attorney.
We can assist your company in going public on the OTC
Bulletin Board or to begin trading on the Pink Sheets
.The OTCBB or the Pink Sheets is generally the fastest way to go
public. Later on the company can start to trade on the OTC
Bulletin Board (OTCBB) or on the NASDAQ if they wish. The NASDAQ
is generally used for larger companies.
We can take a company public fast and inexpensively. The President of our company is a very experienced
Securities Attorney. We can assist you in going public on
NASDAQ, OTCBB or the Pink Sheets.
The Pink Sheets do not require audited financials nor
SEC quarterly reporting, that's why a Pink Sheets or an
OTCBB listing is the fastest way of going public. You do not
need a public shell company to go public. We would be happy to
do a direct registration for your company to go public.
To read the Press Release by the SEC about the regulatory changes affecting a reverse merger with a public shell,
click here => SEC Press Release.