Role of Investor Relations

Investor Relations combines finance, communication and marketing to effectively control the flow of information between a public company, its investors and its stakeholders.

The main goals of an investor relations professionals are:

  • To enable the company to achieve the optimum share price that reflects the fundamental value of the company
  • Representing the company to investors and representing investors to the company
  • Providing financial information to investors (retail and institutional) in a timely and accurate way
  • Providing nonfinancial data to support company valuations
  • Observing the rules of securities commissions and stock exchanges
  • Not aggressive sales promotion or “closing”
  • Presenting investor feedback to company management and board
  • Building receptive capital markets for future financing at favorable terms

Some of IR’s other functions include:

  • Coordination of meetings
  • Conferences for shareholders and the press
  • Releasing financial information
  • Taking point on financial briefings
  • Filing and publishing report with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), or other relevant commission (depending on where the company is listed)

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Enable Growth and Strength for Your Company

Private equity enables companies to better exploit their potential. With the capital that private equity firms and their funds provide, they can drive their development and remain independent. In addition, private equity firms generally bring their expertise and excellent contacts to the portfolio companies, which they can employ to their advantage. That enables growth and strengthens a company’s innovative capacity and competitiveness.

For most of our clients who want to become a publicly owned company, they usually require private equity financing as well.

Although it takes four to six months for the IPO process to be completed, companies require having an operating capital that can be used in developing their business while they are expecting the completion of the processes of IPO including FINRA, SEC, market markets and so on.

While the IPO process is ongoing, we can use a private placement memorandum (PPM) for raising private equity. We will join hands with your investors to raise the capital needed to grow your business. Private placement memorandums will be written by our analysts, and we will assist you to arrange your company to use private equity for raising about $1 million to $5 million.


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Regulation A & Rule 701

Regulation A

Section 508 of the Act directs the SEC to amend Regulation A+ to remove the provision making companies subject to the SEC Securities Exchange Act reporting requirements ineligible to use Regulation A/A+ and to add a provision such that a company’s Exchange Act reporting obligations will satisfy Regulation A+ reporting requirements.
I have often blogged about this peculiar eligibility standard. Although Regulation A is unavailable to Exchange Act reporting companies, a company that voluntarily files reports under the Exchange Act is not “subject to the Exchange Act reporting requirements” and therefore is eligible to use Regulation A. Moreover, a company that was once subject to the Exchange Act reporting obligations but suspended such reporting obligations by filing a Form 15 is eligible to utilize Regulation A. A wholly owned subsidiary of an Exchange Act reporting company parent is eligible to complete a Regulation A offering as long as the parent reporting company is not a guarantor or co-issuer of the securities being issued. It just didn’t make sense to preclude Exchange Act reporting issuers, and the marketplace has been vocal on this.
In September 2017 the House passed the Improving Access to Capital Act, which would allow companies subject to the reporting requirements under the Exchange Act to use Regulation A/A+. OTC Markets also petitioned the SEC to eliminate this eligibility criterion, and pretty well everyone in the industry supports the change.
As noted, the Act directs the SEC to amend Regulation A to enact the changes; however, the timing remains unclear. Whereas many provisions in the Act have specific timing requirements, including a requirement that the changes to Rule 701 be completed within 60 days, Section 508 has no timing provisions at all.

Rule 701

Rule 701 of the Securities Act provides an exemption from the registration requirements for the issuance of securities under written compensatory benefit plans. Rule 701 is a specialized exemption for private or non-reporting entities and may not be relied upon by companies that are subject to the reporting requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (“Exchange Act”). The Rule 701 exemption is only available to the issuing company and may not be relied upon for the resale of securities, whether by an affiliate or non-affiliate.
Section 507 of the Act directs the SEC to increase Rule 701’s threshold for providing additional disclosures to employees from aggregate sales of $5,000,000 during any 12-month period to $10,000,000. In addition, the threshold is to be inflation-adjusted every five years. The amendment must be completed within 60 days.



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Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions involve the process of combining two companies into one. The goal of combining two or more businesses is to try and achieve synergy — where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

Some of the benefits of M&A deals have to do with efficiencies and others have to do with capabilities, such as:

· Improved economies of scale. By being able to purchase raw materials in greater quantities, for example, costs can be reduced.

· Increased market share. Assuming the two companies are in the same industry, bringing their resources together may result in larger market share.

· Increased distribution capabilities. By expanding geographically, companies may be able to add to their distribution network or expand its geographic service area.

· Reduced labor costs. Eliminating staffing redundancies can help reduce costs.

· Improved labor talent. Expanding the labor pool from which the new, larger company can draw can aid in growth and development.

· Enhanced financial resources. The financial wherewithal of two companies is generally greater than one alone, making new investments possible.


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Buy A Public Company with Mina Mar Group

Mina Mar Group is the largest small cap, micro cap and nano cap retailer of newly minted public companies and already quoted / trading public companies; listed on OTC We offer a vast inventory of pubco vehicles and superior service. We offer all range of services from A to Z. With a large selection of pubco inventory and with our network of agents across the country, your ZIP code enables us to find the right pubco that matches your search needs and wants criteria.

Many of our clients and companies we represent will offer financing and some will consider doing “equity only deals”. Equity only deals do not apply to start up companies. They are more designed with already established companies with some legacy and real companies that can demonstrate that they have a viable business model and are enroute to great things or progress that will improve the share valuations of all shareholders. Best of all, all of our companies offered for sale are either ranked as YIELD or have a CURRENT rank with OTC Markets. We insure that they are not branded as “Public shells” as defined by SEC. We also offer and represent some NASDAQ listed companies (some in peril of being de listed from NASDAQ, usually as a result of their inability to maintain NASDAQ share price valuation) which can be acquired at very favorable terms and price; resulting in a WIN WIN for both your stakeholders, principals and all shareholders alike.



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Dual Listing Consulting Services

We can open the door to a completely new continent. Cross-border listing broadens the potential shareholder base, reaching the many European investors who are interested in U.S.-traded companies, but want to trade locally.
Cross-border listing, sometimes referred to as dual listing, can provide another way for companies to tap into the opportunities of a changing global capital environment.
Mina Mar Group can then coordinate a comprehensive investor relations/ public relations program designed to maximize the dissemination of corporate information to potential investors in the U.S. and Europe through its numerous contacts abroad.

Listing on a European stock exchange can enhance a company’s status as a truly global player. Mina Mar Group can assist your company to become listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and reach a completely new audience of investors interested in North American stocks, but desiring the benefits of trading locally.

The European markets have been very strong, especially in Germany, and there is a strong demand from both private and institutional investors in Europe to invest in small-cap and medium-sized public companies in the U.S. and Australia.



Investor Roadshows & Investor Outreach

By conducting an investor roadshow, you can make contact with potential new investors and strengthen your investor relations.

At roadshows, management presents the equity story with the aim of influencing the investment decision of participating investors in your favor. After the roadshow presentation, potential investors have the opportunity to ask specific questions so that you are given the chance to convincingly convey key facts and figures.

In addition to arranging direct introductions, MMG stands apart from other investor relations firms by offering its clients a unique “virtual road show” service, which allows management the opportunity to meet with members of the investment community, without leaving the office.

The target audience for our investor relations outreach includes:

  • Institutional investors
  • Hedge fund managers
  • Sell-side/research analysts
  • Institutional sales
  • Retail brokers
  • High net worth investors
  • Financial newsletters
  • Financial Marketing Materials




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