RESOURCES Related to Capital Raising, Compliance, Investment, and 506b.me
Securities Attorney Nick Moore
The 'Three Touch' guideline and achieving 506(b) compliance VIRTUALLY
Passive Investor K Trevor Thompson
on vetting and choosing syndication partners, putting illiquid investments in perspective, documenting for 506(b) syndications, the urgency to document NOW, and using 506b.me
Retired Attorney Jeff Holst
on whether 506b.me systematizes, simplifies, or protects investments, and how even a non-securities attorney recognizes that 506(b) compliance guidance seems 'nebulous', but the spirit of the law seems to have its heart in the right place.
Syndicator Greg Scully
on vetting investors for 506(b) syndications using CHANCE ENCOUNTER interview information, and how a transfer to direct ownership is designed to prove you're not in a Ponzi scheme.
Due to the nature of courts and the power endowed to judges, 506b.me is intended to give third-party verification and documentation for the purpose of evidence of a syndicator and/or investor disclosing their motivations, core competencies, and implicit level of sophistication as it relates to syndications, and cannot guarantee a judgement in your favor.