Importance 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.

It’s of the utmost importance for companies to maintain strong, transparent relationships with investors. Because of this in companies Investor Relations department comes into play.

Some of the main goals of investor relations are:

  • Enabling the company to achieve the optimum share price of the company that reflects fundamental value
  • Representing Company to investors and vice versa
  • In a timely and accurate way to provide financial information to investors
  • Building receptive capital markets for future financing at favorable terms

Benefits of Investor Relations Team

  • Maintaining loyal shareholder base
  • Enhancing long-term shareholder value
  • Ensuring receptive capital markets for future financing
  • Lowering the cost of capital
  • Building long-term credibility with the investment community

Because IR fulfills so many duties and functions in so many capacities, it’s essential that the department stay fully integrated with nearly every other department in the company, such as the legal and accounting departments, as well as with the entire executive management team.

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Investor Relations & Strategic Consulting

Both privately-held companies and publicly-traded ones face a similar set of challenges to their growth trajectory, profitability and corporate reputation. These challenges include branding, operational efficiencies, funding for business expansion and public perception. Through an integrated set of related services, Mina Mar Group (MMG) helps companies to realize their full potential.

Our goal at MMG is to minimize our clients’ cost of capital by helping them access capital and attain a market valuation that coincides with the performance of the company.

We are a boutique financial services firm that strives for exceptional relationships by raising and lending venture capital, creating positive change for the small cap business entrepreneur. We build strong foundations with our personal and professional approach, helping businesses grow and reach their objectives.

MMG will be involved in implementation and evaluation of selected business strategies with you from A to Z from inception to deal fruition. It’s in our name! We mine the sea of opportunities for our clients and their stakeholders and shareholders alike.

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Mina Mar Group

We assist companies reach their objectives in public and private markets.

  • SEC & Other Filings
  • Public Shells
  • Financial Compliance
  • Financial Media
  • Distribution & Fundraising
  • Capital Advisory
  • Investor Roadshows & Outreach
  • Roll-ups and Acquisitions
  • Strategic Communication
  • Business Marketing Consulting
  • Mergers

Mina Mar Group (MMG) helps companies to realize their full potential.

If you are looking for:

· An Exit Strategy (Sell Your Business) in whole or in part

· ADDITIONAL FUNDS to develop your existing or a start up business

· StartUp CAPITAL

· A PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING company to guide you through a maze

· Professional Assistance in GOING PUBLIC (Taking Your Company Public)

· Assistance in COMMUNICATION with INVESTORS (Existing Private and or Public company)

We are here to assist you!

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Roll-ups and Acquisitions

Mina Mar Group has created a roll-up fund and subsequent processes designed for companies that wish to grow via acquisition. If you have a company with an acquisition strategy, please contact us right away so we may begin discussions to determine if you are a fit for our program. If so, Mina Mar Group will take care of all of the costs, including raising capital. Please read the information below for our program highlights:

1. SEC and Other Filings: Mina Mar Group will handle all necessary document requests and filings including completely developing and submitting all SEC documents such as S-1 registration statements, Edgar forms and filings, FINRA (such as form 211) submissions and more.

2. Legal Compliance: Mina Mar Group maintains a staff of in -house attorneys and paralegals that ensure the entire process remains compliant with all governmental agencies.

3. Public Shells: Mina Mar Group has an inventory of legal and verified public shells which are made available to our clients for reverse mergers in order to provide a publicly traded vehicle in order to raise capital.

4. Distribution and Fundraising: Mina Mar Group works with top investor relations firms who are charged with effectively raising capital for our projects. Mina Mar Group manages these firms through the process to ensure the maximum capital is raised.

5. Institutional Investors: We have very strong relationships with some of the largest institutional investment funds in the US. We can assist with raising capital for debt or equity.

6. Broker Dealers: Our team of licensed professionals can provide our clients with a turnkey broker/dealer, registered with FINRA and at least two clearing houses. We can re-structure books of business and assist with financing.

7. Proven Process: MMG’s partners have successfully raised capital for more than 160 different companies. Our proprietary 32 step plan ensures that our clients invest a minimal amount of time in order to complete the entire IPO process. We enable our clients to remain focused on building their existing business while the IPO process is underway.

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Seed Capital Of MMG

At MMG, we help companies that are at the early stage through detailed plans to get viable solutions to funding for the growth of emerging organizations in different places such as China and the USA so that they can join foreign or domestic capital markets. It is our duty to work through all stages of an IPO or RTO, merger and acquisition or reverse merger with our clients. You can get more information via our PASS THROUGH finance options. We are always ready to assist the companies using our services to achieve the long-term targets of their business through our proprietorship capital sources.

Startup financing involves several stages of capital formation: seed capital, venture capital, mezzanine or bridge funding, and an initial public offering. The seed capital stage is the earliest stage of capital investment in a startup company. Seed capital is usually provided by the owners, family, friends, or angels (i.e. wealthy individuals who invest in companies on an individual basis). Some venture capital investors may invest seed capital in a startup, but typically on a smaller basis than their usual investments.

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Remove Skull & Bones Or STOP Rank With Mina Mar Group

Are you an OTC Markets issuer crippled with a skull and bones or a STOP icon rank? Are you cash strapped and just need a bit of help? At Mina Mar Group this is where we excel. We have accredited network of financiers that will finance your futures immediately, to get your current now.

What we mean by that is that statement is our network of financiers will consider taking a significant position in your company, secured with restricted stock and provide you the capital you need to get current with OTC Markets. For most reporting companies we can also arrange and extend you a line of credit so you can start selling your widgets and generating cash-flows for your business. Talk to us 1st to see what we can do for your business. We understand your headships and sacrifices you make daily in your business.

One Stop Full Service Solutions

We have one goal and that is to see your company grow and to see your shares grow in value over time as your company appreciates in value and gets noticed by the market forces. Talk to us 1st about various options that are available to you if you are stuck in a death spiral financing scenario!

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REGULATION A FOR PUBLICLY REPORTING COMPANIES, ECONOMIC GROWTH AND REGULATORY RELIEF

Regulation A will soon be available for publicly reporting companies. On May 24, 2018, President Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (the “Act”) into law. Although the Act largely focuses on the banking industry and is being called the Dodd-Frank Rollback Act by many, it also contained much-needed provisions amending Regulation A+ and Rule 701 of the Securities Act.

The Act also amends Section 3(c)(1) of the Investment Company Act of 1940 to create a new category of pooled fund called a “qualifying venture capital fund,” which is a fund with less than $10,000,000 in aggregate capital contributions. A qualifying venture capital fund is exempt from the registration requirements under the 1940 Act as long as it has fewer than 250 investors. Section 3(c)(1) previously only exempted funds with fewer than 100 investors. The amendment is effective immediately and does not require rulemaking by the SEC, although I’m sure it will be followed by conforming amendments.

Giving strength to the annual Government-Business Forum on Small Business Capital Formation (the “Forum”), the Act amends Section 503 of the Small Business Investment Incentive Act of 1980 to require the SEC to review the findings and recommendations of the Forum and to promptly issue a public statement assessing the finding or recommendation and disclosing the action, if any, the SEC intends to take with respect to the finding or recommendation. This provision is effective immediately without the requirement of further action.

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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