General Solicitation Under Rule 506(c): SEC Investigations Underway

When the SEC in July 2013 adopted Rule 506(c), allowing general solicitation of private offerings, there were a number of concerns, including whether the new rule would open the door to fraudulent offerings, as well as whether advisers to private funds would use the rule at all, given the conditions attached to it. Now we have some answers.
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