We are thrilled to be able to offer our Equity for Punks USA shares through ‘Regulation A+’ in the states – this is new legislation, which just made equity crowdfunding legal last year, allowing our American friends to join our legions of passionate shareholders across the world by investing in BrewDog USA! As one of the first companies to launch an equity crowdfunding round in the US, we hope to inspire more companies to raise funds through this awesome alternative way of funding your business!
For a more comprehensive answer - BrewDog's Equity for Punks USA offer is being made under “Regulation A+” which is Title IV of the JOBS Act. Our offering had to be submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission and qualified by them before we could offer any shares for sale. Equity for Punks USA is regulated by federal and state securities laws.
The legal work in preparing the offering circular and the offering itself was carried out by Attorney Kendall Almerico and his law firm DiMuroGinsberg. The audit of BrewDog USA Inc.'s financial records was carried out by Ernst & Young, and these records are the basis for the financial information contained in the offering circular.
Why is Regulation A+ so important?
BrewDog is an alternative small business, and our brewery in Scotland is owned by thousands of people who love craft beer. They are our shareholders, our friends, our community and the heart and soul of our business. In 2010, we tore up convention, turned the traditional business model on its head and launched Equity for Punks giving thousands of people in Europe a front row seat to the craft beer revolution.
Due to previous legislation, it was not possible to open the same system up in America until very recently. Regulation A+ launched last year, and we’re psyched to be inviting our American friends to join our legions of passionate shareholders across the world by investing in BrewDog USA.
This is your chance to join our global community of 46,000 Equity Punk investors who are the heart and soul of our operations in both Scotland and the USA