Also known as a Reg. D offering or an Offering Memorandum. A document that outlines the terms of securities to be offered in a private placement. Resembles a business plan in content and structure. Private Placement Offering Packages are designed with the small business securities issuer in mind. It allows small companies to raise equity or debt capital privately without having to file a registration statement with the Federal Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities agency. A Private Placement Offering is developed in reliance upon both federal and state exemptions from securities registration. In some instances, audited financial statements are not required. The Company is not required to make any state or federal filings until after the Company receives investment through the private placement offering. After initial private placement moneys are received, the Company is required to comply with federal notice filings pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) and to file notice filings in each state where the private placement offering was made from and into. Nova Capital specializes in effectively preparing and placing PPM’s with the appropriate institutional and accredited individual investors for funding.