Monday, February 15, 2010

Time That It Takes To Get Listed On The OTCBB Exchange?

We get asked by private companies how long it will take them to get listed on the OTCBB Exchange every day. The answer is we do not know and no one else knows either. The average time range is between four and six months. We have listed companies in as little as three months but that rarely happens. In our approx. 15 years of listing private companies on the OTCBB Exchange we have never been able to predict the length of time that it will take a company to get listed.

We have seen start-up companies get listed in three months and start-up companies take six months to get listed and the same goes for companies that have been in business for years with revenues and profits. There is no exact formula as each filing can and will be reviewed differently by both the SEC and FINRA.

Over the years Bridge Capital has streamlined the listing process to ensure that our clients get trading as fast as possible. Bridge Capital is always up to date on the newest rules and regulations and models all of their clients filings based on the quickest methods.

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Can I Use The Money Raised To Pay For The Process Of Going Public?

Many people ask us if they can use all or a portion of the funds that they raise in their initial share offering to pay for the process of taking their company public on the OTCBB Exchange. The short answer is yes. You can use all or a portion of the funds to pay for the process. As long as a company states in their offering memorandum that the company intends to use some or all of the money that they raise it is absolutely allowed. Many of our clients opt to use money raised from investor's to pay to get their company listed.

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