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Small private placements, some under $1 million, are common in start-up or early financing rounds for companies that might have otherwise considered venture capital investments.
The disclosure and due diligence requirements of a Rule 144A offering might come as a surprise to a company whose only experience in raising capital has been through traditional private placements.
Investors can provide expansion dollars through private placements
May 16 /PRNewswire/ -- First Union's private placements group is expanding with the appointment of senior professionals with extensive experience in capital markets.
However, the private placement market is not exactly like the bank loan market: Private placements are mainly longer-term, fixed-rate debt, and borrowers in this market are on average larger and less information problematic than bank borrowers.
After the private placements, Aura Gold has 34,930,718 common shares issued and outstanding on a non-diluted basis, and 42,330,718 shares on a fully diluted basis.
Capital markets in the 1980s were quite open to middle-market companies, from bank financing, the junk-bond market, and private placements to a generally booming equity market.
All securities issued under the private placements are subject to a hold period of 4 months and one day.
The Company is pleased to announce that its private placements announced on February 24, 2006, 1st tranche closing announced on February 28, 2006, (the "Initial Private Placement") has been over-subscribed.
OTC: ILKG), today announced the completion of two private placements with institutional and other accredited investors raising a total of $2,000,000.
Wycliffe") is pleased to announce that it has completed two private placements for gross proceeds of $482,000.
The securities issued pursuant to both private placements are subject to a four month hold period ending March 29, 2006.

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