The Real Estate Impact of Regulation A+


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Kaplan says a core of broker0-dealers is venturing into Regulation A+.
RICHMOND, VA—The Securities and Exchange Commission recently finalized rules implementing Reg. A+—an amendment to the existing Regulation A exemption in view of the JOBS Act. These will allow for a much wider, more diverse investor base to have access to, and experiment with, a larger investment portfolio of alternative investment offerings. Robert R. Kaplan Jr., a partner with Richmond, VA-based law firm Kaplan Voekler Cunningham & Frank, has been involved with Reg. A+ since its inception. He believes the new exemption may have a significant impact on the investing world and the economy as whole, because it allows unaccredited investors to diversify their portfolios into areas such as tax industries, mutual funds and new dividends. GlobeSt.com recently caught up with Kaplan, who provides insights on the real estate implications of the new rules…
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