Corporate Direct

The Corporate Direct application provides companies access to capital markets through SEC Regulation D without the need to engage an investment bank.

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FINRA Broker Dealers

The FINRA Compliant application is an equity capital markets (ECM) and a debt capital markets (DCM) compliance tool that integrates into a FINRA broker dealer's web site.

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Real Estate & EB-5

InPortal offers customized funding applications for real estate developers, REITs, secondary liquidity for limited partners, and syndications.

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InPortal is your compliant access to markets through an equity and debt capital markets application with reporting, data room, CRM, and a settlement process across all asset classes and geographies.
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Compliance Application

InPortal is focused on compliance and providing clients comfort that all aspects are covered. The core of compliance for Reg D is the accreditation process.

Secondary Market Place

Transacting through private placements is not a standardized process like trading on a public exchange. InPortal strives to streamline the private trade and provide transparency.

About InPortal

InPortal provides Compliant Market Access through an equity capital markets (ECM) and a debt capital markets (DCM) platform with a dedicated public corporate landing site and controlled investor access to a deal data room.

InPortal can be used across all asset classes and geographies. InPortal is an ideal platform for all businesses from private equity funds, direct private and public corporate offerings, real estate developers and EB-5 Investor funding.

The portal provides templates for the Subscription Agreement and facilitates Form D SEC Filing. It provides Accredited Investor Representation Letters for Rule 506 (c) offerings, generated from the internal CRM, along with advertising guidelines for Rule 506 (c) offerings.
The New Paradigm: Reg D 506(c) through InPortal
The Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act was signed into law on April 5, 2012. The law mandated certain changes to Rule 506 of SEC Regulation D designed to spur capital formation and is best known for permitting crowd funding. The required Regulation D reforms took effect on September 23, 2013. This new Rule is a sea change in permitting unlimited distribution via the internet to accredited investors.

Over the past three years there has been a proliferation of transactional portals to capitalize on the broad latitude provided by the new Reg D 506 (b)/(c) rules. Most of these portals are focused on crowd funding and private equity transactions, with some dedicated to real estate.

InPortal is differentiated from other portals by facilitating access to transactions from all countries and industries now enjoyed by the new Rule Reg D for direct access to the US capital markets, private & public and equity & debt, and globally through local regulatory compliance overlays to facilitate non-US transactions.

Offshore investment banks and lawyers are for the most part not yet aware of the ability to bring smaller deals in the $5 million range to the U.S. economically via Rule 506 (b)/(c). Heretofore, the high cost of Regulation D 144A transactions was prohibitive for deals under $100 million.

InPortal gives you direct compliant access to capital markets without the need to engage an investment bank.

Global Regulatory Reach

InPortal provides compliant access to capital markets for investors and issuers. Cross border transactions, whether inbound to the U.S. or between non-U.S. jurisdictions, regional compliance overlays are applied to ensure local solicitation rules are being followed along with anti-money-laundering (AML) protocols.

Corporate Direct

The Corporate Direct application provides companies access to capital markets through SEC Regulation D without the need to engage an investment bank.

Corporate Direct is an ideal ECM/DCM application integrating compliance, secure data room, CRM, and a settlement process, to easily navigate funding for public or private companies across a broad spectrum of industries and fund offerings.

The vetting process to post a transaction on the portal requires that all documentation be approved by the company's management before the transaction goes live. The files are then easily submitted to the IRS and the SEC for review at audits.

InPortal provides templates for the Private Placement Memorandum, Subscription Agreements, Form D SEC Filing, and Accredited Investor Representation Letters for Rule 506 (c) offerings generated from the internal CRM, along with advertising guidelines for Rule 506 (c), and through its agents; escrow, custody and settlement solutions.
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FINRA Broker Dealers

The InPortal FINRA Broker Dealer application is an indispensable compliance tool.

The compliance application can be integrated into a broker dealer's web site. Mindful of the over-riding importance of the FINRA member's Written Supervisory Procedures, compliance is achieved by overlaying the member's procedures for private placements and record retention.

Posting transactions require that documentation be approved by the FINRA member's compliance officer or Series 24 designate before going live.

InPortal retains and compiles all relevant documents which are then easily submitted to FINRA for review at cycle audits.

As with the Corporate Direct platform, a CRM, secure data room, and settlement solutions are provided.
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Client listings are easily accessed through InPortal's site navigation
Deal postings are uploaded on the client backend and are interactive reflecting investor interest and queries. Investors can sort deals by geography, asset class and industry and have the ability to submit non-binding bids.

Rule 506 for Real Estate Syndication

InPortal offers customized funding applications for real estate developers, REITs, and, secondary liquidity for limited partners.

Rule 506 for Real Estate Syndication explicitly permits foreign investors to purchase U.S. real estate.

InPortal provides rigorous accreditation, including Accredited Investor Representation Letters for Rule 506 (c) offerings, screening for "Sanctioned" or "Blocked" foreign nationals, following the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Office of Foreign Assets Control ('OFAC"), and Financial Crimes protocols.

These funding applications are offered through both InPortal's Corporate Direct and FINRA Broker Dealer platforms.

Residency Visas through the EB-5 Investor Program

The EB-5 program grants foreign investors green cards after they invest in new enterprise job-producing ventures.

InPortal is an ideal solution for funding EB-5 Investor Visa projects. Working in conjunction with preeminent law firms and developers, InPortal provides rigorous accreditation vetting and documentation.

InPortal works with Regional Centers but has the expertise to prepare and manage Direct Submissions.

InPortal anticipates the EB5 Investor visa program will continue to be extended along with the US budget without changes for the near term, while US Citizenship & Immigration Service (USCIS) ponders the public comment received from its proposed EB-5 rule changes. USCIS has proposed raising the minimum investment amount for the EB5 program from the current USD$500,000 to $1.35 Million, among other technical changes. We expect those changes to be effective by the fall of 2017. New legislation may also redefine targeted employment areas (TEAs), to encourage investment where it is most needed. Puerto Rico, however, continues to be a choice EB-5 location.
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Closing

InPortal supports transaction closing for both public and private companies issuing debt, preferred shares, equity-linked securities, or common stock in primary and secondary offerings.

Our operations teams work with issuers and investors to move the transaction efficiently through to settlement. They are dedicated to understanding and supporting each issuer's particular transfer process, be it transmitting instructions to custodians, setting up escrow accounts, or providing template subscription documentation.

Most importantly, investor accreditation is reviewed before subscription agreements are circulated for signature to ensure both the spirit and letter the Regulation D Rule is observed

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