Vermont: Securities Division announces new small business regulation

The Vermont Department of Financial Regulation made changes to current securities regulations that would support VT entrepreneurship while protecting interests of investors.

The revised regulation, VSBOE, allows businesses and start-up companies to raise up to $2 million in capital by selling shares in their company to in-state investors. The regulation allows for a simplified process to reduce the regulatory burdens and costs usually associated with securities registration.  The Department also issued guidelines for small business owners concerning the type of info and disclosures that should be provided to prospective investors under a VSBOE offering.

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