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Investors

As part of its M&A campaign, investors in CHG have a range of investment options, from direct equity to convertible debt-to-equity via a myriad of offerings.

Here is a list types of offerings that CHG shall offer and use for its M&A campaign:

  1. Regulation CF: Reg CF is a securities crowdfunding regulation that allows companies to raise capital from many small investors, typically through regulation crowdfunding platforms.

  2. Regulation A+ Offering: A Regulation A+ [Tier 2] offering allows CHG to raise up to $75 million from both accredited and non-accredited investors. This type of offering is being used to reach a wider pool of investors.

  3. Regulation D Offering: A Regulation D(506)b offering allows CHG to raise capital by selling securities to accredited investors. This type of offering is exempt from many of the SEC's registration requirements, making it a good option for CHG.

  4. PIPE (Private Investment in Public Equity) Offering: The PIPE offering is a private placement of securities to accredited investors in a public company. This type of offering will allow CHG to raise capital quickly and avoid the costs and regulatory requirements of a traditional public offering.

  5. Follow-On Public Offering: The 'follow-on public offering' is a secondary offering of stock by CHG. This type of offering is being used by CHG to raise additional capital for growth and to pay down debt.

  6. At-The-Market Offering: An at-the-market offering is a type of follow-on offering in which CHG shares are sold gradually over time at the current market price. This type of offering will allow CHG to continually raise capital without diluting the value of existing shares all at once.

See our Various Offerings

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Reg CF

Regulation CF, also known as Regulation Crowdfunding or Reg CF is a section of the United States Code, in particular 17 U.S.C. § 227 dealing with equity crowdfunding.

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PIPE

A Private Investment in Public Equity, called a PIPE deal, involves selling of publicly traded common shares or preferred stock or convertible security to private investors. It is an allocation of shares in a public company not through a public offering in a stock exchange.

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Reg D(506)b

Rule 506(b) of Regulation D enables Issuers to issue an unlimited amount of Securities so long as no more than 35 non-accredited Investors participate in the Offering.

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CC Bonds

CHG is offering a Collateralized, Convertible Bond that offers investors a hybrid security, which has features of a bond - interest payments, while also providing the opportunity of owning the stock and is collateralized by the company's assets.

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Reg A+ [Tier 2]

Reg A+ [Tier 2] Offering is a Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regulation that allows public investment in private companies up to $75 million. Like an IPO, this type of offering allows companies to raise capital by offering shares to the general public.

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FOPO

FOPO stands for Follow-on Public Offering (financing). FOPO is defined as Follow-on Public Offering (financing) and is a process by which a company, which is already listed on an exchange, issues new shares to the investors or the existing shareholders, usually the promoters. FOPO is used by companies to diversify their equity base..

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