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144A Offering

144A Offering

Bond Offering Services for those seeking to clear/settle with an a depository such as DTCC,  Euroclear, Clearstream, etc. can assist with your full 144A offering, or aspects of your offering.

Rule 144A offerings can assist companies and trusts with a means of procuring capital for their business or operations via the private marketplace without having to register the securities or, more tediously, comply with the many other regulations of a public offering. The purpose for the creation of Rule 144A – and certainly its present day applications – is to remove barriers that protect the public from the offering. The tangible effect of Rule 144A allows companies to raise capital more efficiently and in theory faster, without ‘too’ much red tape.

Private Offering Memorandum

In all 144A offerings, a private placement offering memorandum is needed. The private placement, or PPM, outlines the terms of the offering. That is, what the company is offering to the investor for the capital he/she is to invest. will assist in the drafting of the offering memorandum.

Trust Indenture

The trust indenture is a key element in any private placement securities 144A offering memorandum and structure. A trust indenture outlines the actual note or bond being purchased and how this note or bond is expected to behave. Additionally, the trust indenture explains what happens in case of default by the issuer. will assist in the drafting of the trust indenture.

The private offering memorandum and the trust indenture must be accepted by all parties. Once the documents are acceptable, a trustee bank or trustee corporation is commissioned to act as the trustee. 

CUSIP and ISIN Numbers

In addition to the offering documents listed above, a CUSIP and ISIN number will most likely need to be acquired in order for identification purposes. The CUSIP and ISIN numbers act like social security’s numbers for the securities, and as such, need to be acquired in order to conduct a bond offering. can assist in acquiring an ISIN or CUSIP number for your company or securities.

Rule 144a:
Rule 144A, adopted pursuant to the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) provides a safe harbor from the registration   requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 for certain private resale’s of the restricted securities to QIB’s (qualified institutional buyers), which generally are large institutional investors with over 100 Million of investable assets. 

What Can Do

Our team of 144A consultants can assist with your based company’s 144A offering.

1. will conduct the initial analysis to see if your company or securities qualify for a 144A Offering. Prior to conducting a 144A offering, it is important to know whether one’s securities will qualify, otherwise much time and resources could be wasted. can ascertain quite quickly whether one can conduct a 144A offering.

2. Conduct all necessary work on behalf of our clients and achieve 144A status for them. This includes the full 144A offering documents, trust indenture(s), supporting documentation, acquiring CUSIP(s) and ISIN(s) identifier numbers, setting up our clients with a partner broker-dealer investment bank (licensed FINRA broker dealer), link up your company with the proper custodial bank for the bonds or securities to be deposited, and then, depending on further needs, recommend a clearing or settlement place such as DTCC or Euroclear/Clearstream, Bloomberg etc.

144A Bond Offerings can assist your firm with its 144A bond offering. Whether you already have bonds in place, including your trust indenture, or you need to create the bonds from scratch and conduct a private offering, can help. In finance, a bond is defined as debt security. In a bond offering, the issuer of the security pledges (and therefore really owes) holders of the debt an assigned interest on the coupon. In other words, Bond Holders are ‘promised’ a certain return on their ‘investment’ for the loan they give. Furthermore, depending on the terms of the bond, the issuer is obligated to pay interest (the coupon) and/or to repay the principal at a later date. This later date is called maturity. A bond, therefore, is a formal contract to repay borrowed money with interest at fixed intervals. Often times, the issue will create an offering memorandum and offer the bonds, via private offering, through the PPM, as opposed to a public bond offering. can assist in all of your 144A bond requirements.

Rule 144A

Rule 144A, adopted pursuant to the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) provides a safe harbor from the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933 for certain private resales of restricted securities to Qualified Institutional Buyers (QIBs), which generally are large institutional investors with over $100 million in investable assets. When a broker or dealer is selling securities such as a stock or debenture, in reliance on Rule 144a, it is subject to the condition that it may not make offers to individuals other than those it reasonably believes to be Qualified Institutional Buyers.

Since 1990, the Nasdaq Stock Market offers a compliance review process which grants Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) book-entry access to 144A securities. can assist in all of your 144a requirements. Many companies worldwide conduct 144A offerings and are quite successful.

144A Securities and Bonds

Seeking to conduct a 144A securities or bond offering from? can help assist with all of your 144A needs. is the leading U.S. entrepreneurial firm that specializes in 144A Bond Offerings, private placement development and business plan writing.

Contact us for a free 144A consultation.