What Readers Are Saying:
ANDRE CVIJOVIC, Founder of Referrizer Inc.
“Russell Weigel’s book is valuable for capital raisers and boards of directors as they try to follow complex regulations to avoid the risk of litigation.”
– Hon. Arthur Levitt, Jr., Chairman
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (1993-2001).
“Russell’s book is a great guide for small company execs. If it doesn’t both help you and scare you at the same time, you weren’t paying attention.”
- JIM CZIRR, Executive Chairman
Galectin Therapeutics (NASDAQ: GALT).
“Russell takes a very complex subject and presents it in a very readable form. This book is a must-read for startup executives. This information is important, few write about it, and no one else presents it to the people who need it most – the business community.”
- TED FELIX, CPA
Former Director AICPA Quality Control Review Division, a former vice-president and trustee of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants, and for a number of years the co-author of the Thomson Reuters loose-leaf treatise SEC Compliance: Financial Reporting
”Nearly every business from a start up to the most seasoned companies need capital. There are many sources of money. Connecting demand with supply while staying within the rules and regulations governing raising capital is what this book is about. Many people think they are following the correct path when looking to raise capital. Visit any business meeting, real estate investment association meeting or seminar where people are teaching how to connect with money and compare what is said and taught to what is in this book and you will see the problem. When learning a new topic it is wise to listen to an absolute expert. Russell is that person and he generously shares that expertise in this book.”
- STEVE POHLIT, CPA
Real Estate Investing and Business Coach StevePohlit.com