Regulation D

Definition of "Regulation D"
  1. A rule from the Securities and Exchange Commission that manages the restricted offering and selling of securities that are not registered, such as through a private offering
How to use "Regulation D" in a sentence
  1. The young startup had to strictly adhere to Regulation D when conducting their private securities offering.
  2. The broker was careful not to violate the terms of Regulation D when selling the unregistered securities.
  3. In order to avoid unnecessary legal issues, the company ensured that their private security sale was in compliance with Regulation D.

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