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We specialize in helping high-quality private and public growth companies access U.S. capital markets and achieve their growth objectives.


Our executives have been assisting U.S. and International private and public companies navigate the U.S. markets for over 20 years. We provide  a full suite of services including corporate development services, M&A advisory services, regulatory advisory services, fairness opinions, valuations, corporate governance and compliance services.


We focus on helping high-quality private and public growth companies seeking capital in the range of $10-100 million through various debt and equity financing instruments. Collectively, we have taken over 100 companies public and are experienced in structuring and placing public equity, private investments in public equity (PIPEs), private equity and debt financing.

Crowd-Back Financings

We are really excited about utilizing 3 key provisions of the JOBS Act to bring creative innovative product structures to our investment banking clients with broad-based marketing strategies to maximize deal awareness among the right investors.

  • 506 C Offerings- permits issuers to broadly solicit and generally advertise an offering, provided that: all purchasers in the offering are accredited investors.

  • Reg A+ Offerings- Title IV of the JOBS Act is a type of offering which allows private and certain public companies to raise up to $50 Million from the public. Like an IPO, Reg A+ allows companies to offer shares to the general public and not just accredited investors.

  • S1 and S3 Offerings- Our creative product structures allow an Issuer to market broadly, similar a Reg A+ offering, to the general public and not just accredited investors.

    • Form S-1 is an SEC filing used by companies planning on going public to register their securities with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as the "registration statement by the Securities Act of 1933."

    • An S-3 filing is a simplified process companies undergo to register securities through the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). This filing is normally done in order to raise capital, usually after an initial public offering (IPO).

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