The Alternative Securities Markets Group announces that it will publicly release the Alternative Securities Market Rule Book on Monday, January 19th, 2014, one day prior to the firm registering SEC Form 1 with the SEC, the first step in making the Alternative Securities Market a Nationally Registered Crowdfunding Stock Exchange
Beverly Hills, California – The Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation announced that it will be releasing to the public, on Monday, January 19th, 2015, the entire “Alternative Securities Market Rule Book,” one full day prior to the firm’s long anticipated filing of SEC Form 1 to the United States Securities & Exchange Commission, which will be the first step in the process of having the “Alternative Securities Market” becoming recognized as a national stock exchange, and also the first public crowdfunding stock exchange.
The Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation also announced last week that it has met all the requirements for its Broker Dealer (Alternative Securities Market, LLC, a wholly owned Subsidiary of Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation) and Registered Investment Advisor (Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation) Filings, and those are expected in the States of California, New York and Florida in the next week. The Alternative Securities Market is owned by Alternative Securities Market, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation.
Mr. Steven J. Muehler, Chief Executive Officer of the Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation, said that “In the opinion of the Alternative Securities Markets Group Corporation management and legal advisors, every crowdfunding website that provides any type of investment information about an issuer in regards to the issuers intentions to raise any type of investment capital, where an investor is expected to advance a cash investment to the issuer, where the investor has a reasonable expectation of a financial return, and where the issuer in return for the cash investment, gives the investor securities, these “Equity CrowdFunding Platforms” need to be either a Registered Broker-Dealer as defined by the Securities Act of 1933, or a Registered Stock Exchange with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, as defined in the Exchange Act of 1934.”
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