Suite of Legal Deal Documents
Our newest platform, soon to be launched, provides access to a suite of legal documents used by entrepreneurs in their capital raising efforts as well as our direct interface with the Securities and Exchange Commission for regulatory filings. Documents can be purchased separately or as a package:
- Form ID – required to file any forms with the SEC
- Form C - required for all crowdfunding issuers
- Form D - required for any company raising capital under certain exemptions
- Equity related documents, such as subscription agreements, consents, charter amendments, operating agreement, certificates of designation, etc
- Debt related documents, such as loan agreements, form of note, purchase agreement, etc
- Customized documents for your specific needs
NEED A LAWYER? iDislcose has created a networks of independent, qualified lawyers who have agreed to work with our documents at flat rates to save you money raising capital. Contact us to discuss connecting you with a lawyer who can help you in a cost effective manner.
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Raising money under Title III Crowdfunding?
Pursuant to the JOBS Act and the regulations promulgated by the SEC, in order to raise money using Title III Crowdfunding, a company must prepare a Form C and file it with the SEC prior to launching an offering. iDisclose offers a Form C drafting tool that can help you prepare the complicated Form C for a fraction of the time and cost of hiring a traditional law firm.
The Form C you prepare using iDisclose requires only a light legal review by a lawyer, which can be done by your own lawyer or one of our legal partners. Once signed off on, you can file it with the SEC with the push of a button. With iDisclose, you can rest assured that you are complying with all of the SEC’s disclosure requirements.
Raising money in a Private Placement?
A Form D is required to be filed by any company raising capital under certain SEC exemptions. If you are conducting an offering under Regulation D you must file the Form D within fifteen days of closing your deal. iDisclose will walk you through the process and if you would like a lawyer to assist we can connect you with one of our partners for a low flat rate. Then you can file your form hassle free with one click.
Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)
Whether you are conducting a Regulation D 506(b) or 506(c) offering or other type of private placement, you should use a private placement memorandum or PPM to protect yourself and your business. A PPM is a disclosure document that you provide to potential investors and is a record that you provided all material information about your company. A PPM is especially useful when raising money from outside investors or strangers who you don’t have a personal relationship with.
With iDisclose, rather then pay tens of thousands of dollars and take months to complete, we can help you complete a PPM in weeks for a fraction of the cost. The PPM you create requires a legal review before you go to market, and we can help you find a lawyer to conduct the final sign off if you don’t already have one. Take the law into your own hands and protect yourself with an iDisclose PPM.
PPM Risk Factor Tool
The Risk Factor Tool by iDisclose is for companies raising money that don’t want to use a full private placement memorandum or PPM disclosure document. If you are raising money from friends and family or sophisticated investors, you may not need to use a full PPM document, but you should still use a set of well tailored risk factors to protect you and your company from liability if anything goes wrong in the future.
Risk factors are like your insurance policy for a securities offering and a well tailored compressive set of risks can protect you and your company from investor lawsuits and SEC actions. By answering a set of yes or no questions and entering some brief information, iDisclose generate a set of risk factors that can be tailored by the company for legal protection.
Tool tips define and explain certain legal and financial terms that you may be unfamiliar with.
Collaboration Links allow you to collaborate with your counsel or another team member to share your screen and ask questions as you complete the application.
Professional Sample Tab Text
Tab Text provides sample text that you can select and modify for your business or just review to see what typical responses look like.
Risk Factors are one of the most important parts of disclosure documents, and iDisclose helps you craft a set of risks tailored to your business by auto-generating a list based on your responses throughout the application, which you can refine to describe your specific business.