Recognized and trusted by 39 states that act in accordance with BlueSky regulatory provincial securities laws for secondary trading of a company's common stock or ADR's.
Significantly lower initial and annual renewal costs for Blue Sky manual exemption service.
Targets U.S. retail investors and potential shareholders with increased awareness of your company’s stock
Provides a third party reference profile from a highly credible independent information source
MERGENT'S INVESTOR RELATIONS SERVICES
Enables the proactive positioning and solicitation of your company's stock by tens of thousands of U.S. brokers and financial advisors
Continuous coverage of key company financial and relevant business developments available in print and online
Mergent offers a wide range of customized programs that provide valuable opportunities to increase the visibility of your company. Mergent's extensive history and worldwide distribution media outlets ensure maximum communication between your company and a vast targeted audience of investors and decision-makers.
Many companies choose to significantly reduce the expense of individual state licensing fees (for secondary trading compliance of the company's securities) by seeking to obtain a listing in a "recognized securities manual". Among the oldest and most reputable "recognized securities manuals" are Mergent™ Manuals and News Reports, first published in 1918.
Formerly known as Moody's® Manuals and News Reports, the publications were rebranded as Mergent Manuals and News Reports when Mergent, Inc acquired Moody's™ Financial Information Services division in 1998.
This document and the information contained herein are provided "as is" for information pruposes only, and are not intended to substitute for competent professional advice.
Obtaining an exemption so as to be in compliance with the individual state securities laws ("Blue Sky laws") is a complex process - one that is unique to each business. The information provided here should serve solely as a general guide to assist in understanding that process. No action should be initated without obtaining professional advice from a qualified legal, accounting and financial advisors.