I provide capital for public companies from $100,000.00 to $20 million. I assist companies in structuring their private placement offerings, raising capital, going public via reverse merger or S-1 registration.
I have invested over $3 million in emerging growth companies and helped companies raise million of dollars from hedge funds, private equity funds and accredited investors.
I am a Founding Member of the Southern California Investment Association. Members of SCIA are private investors, broker dealers, venture capitalist, investment managers, private equity funds. We have funded $100 million in transactions every year since 2000.
I have published two books Raising Capital For Your Business and Asset Protection Planning (Amazon.com).
I have my Juris Doctor(Law Degree) for 30 years.
I am listed in Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in Industry & Finance.
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