Should a company decide to go public, the process can take anywhere between four to Read more →
Should your Company Qualify?
From start to finish get your
Private company trading on a
U. S. Exchange.
Both the registration and/or the merger can raise up to $40,000 in capital before becoming a public trading company. This is a special offer, the 30K will allow us to raise the balance necessary to pay for the shell and any additional capital requirements.
In most situations, Registration, Revers mergers in OTC-BB or Small Cap, FD Financial, Inc. can help you raise the capital you require for becoming a public company.
If you believe your company would qualify, send me your supporting documents.
Rudy W. De La Garza
President and CEO
FD Financial, Inc.
3463 Magic Drive, Suite #137
San Antonio, Texas 78229
Call 866-6104332 ex 301 or email Rudy@fdfinancial.com
- Once your company is public FD Financial, Inc. offers through our security attorney your entire reporting requirements.
- FD Financial Inc., with its Public Relations department, can help get the word out, in a professional manner, about your company. PR drives investors to Investor Relations.
- FD Financial, Inc. can make sure when the investors start calling that they get the right information about your company and its future.
Our services include:
- Shell Due diligence
- Apply for and receive the company’s CUSIP number.
- Arrange for a transfer agent for the Company’s stock.
- File required documents with the SEC via EDGAR.
- Complete and file with the SEC the registration form statement.
- Provide Market Makers for the Company stock.
- Get the Company’s form 2-11 pursuant to rule 15c2-11 information statement filed with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).
- Assist with replying to all comments to the SEC, FINRA and Market Maker.
- Obtain a stock trading symbol for the Company.
- File required documents with DTC eligibility for electronic trading.
- PR-Oversee and run a public relation campaign.
- IR-answer all questions for the investor and make sure they receive all documentation requested.
- Find a PCAOB registered Auditor for your company
- Apply for any of company’s Blue Sky requirements.
Note: PCAOB registered Auditor or Blue Sky is not included