New Public Offering Options, Listing, Liquidity, Reg A+ IPO Update Including Blockchain; Interactive Clickable Video

Rod Turner
2 min readMar 23, 2022



  1. Rod’s background
  2. Introduction of Manhattan Street Capital
  3. Disclaimer
  4. What are Alternative Trading Systems (ATS)?
  5. Alternative Trading Systems (ATS) Pros & Cons
  6. OTC Public Offering how and why to take this approach?
  7. How Reg D is more liquid than it seems?
  8. Liquidity advantages in Rule 144A offerings
  9. When does it make sense to list before you complete your capital raise?
  10. Options for the international markets
  11. Where do Blockchain companies fit?
  12. Liquidity for insiders and early investors
  13. Regulation A+ NASDAQ IPO Update
  14. Q&A — Insight on selling token assets using Reg D and Reg A+
  15. Q&A — Concern about the ongoing audit obligations
  16. Q&A — On the naked shorting on the QB;QX NASDAQ and the NYSE
  17. Q&A — What types of companies are optimal for Regulation A+
  18. Q&A — How can a real estate company use Regulation A+ to raise funds?
  19. Wrap up

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Rod Turner, CEO

Rod Turner is the founder and CEO of Manhattan Street Capital, the #1 Growth Capital service for mature startups and mid-sized companies to raise capital using Regulation A+. Turner has played a key role in building successful companies including Symantec/Norton (SYMC), Ashton Tate, MicroPort, Knowledge Adventure, and more. He is an experienced investor who has built a Venture Capital business (Irvine Ventures) and has made angel and mezzanine investments in companies such as Bloom, Amyris (AMRS), Ask Jeeves, and eASIC.

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