The pros and cons of four financing options

OTC Markets Group

Capital is the lifeblood of every business. Without it, companies don’t have the money they need to hire new employees, purchase equipment, develop new products and services and expand their operations.

In this report, OTC Markets examines the pros and cons of common debt and equity financing methods used by smaller companies:

  • Regulation D Offering
  • Follow-On Offering
  • Convertible Note Offering
  • Regulation A+ Offering


Download now to learn more about the benefits and pitfalls of these techniques.


This paper is the third in a series dedicated to addressing small-cap investor relations issues. You can revisit the first two reports in the series here:


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