We support community development endeavors, generally with projects involving families and small-scale producers to become significant participants, particularly in local food development and climate change mitigation by raising capital with exempt securities. We are especially interested in the cooperative business model given its organizational structure that fosters economies of scale for cost advantages through efficient production.
A cooperative has three distinguishing elements:
Securities that do not need to be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
under the Security Act of 1933 or the Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
Using exempt securities transactions as the mode for capital raising allows a community / cooperative to raise capital privately. This strategy has advantages over other financing methods, including
Working in collaboration with the legal expertise of Cutting Edge Counsel, Kamson Financial offers strategies and tactics for structuring and designing capital raise considering: