New Fund Provides Reg.A+ Issuers with an Alternative to the Debt Spiral of Toxic Lenders

One of the greatest aspects of Regulation A+ crowdfunding is that it provides issuers with a legitimate path to access the capital markets. But going public and staying public is expensive, and many times these businesses find themselves in desperate need of capital. They then become prey to toxic lenders who many times end up pushing their stock into a debt spiral that investors cannot recover from. In this podcast, Mike Brette, the CEO of Small Cap Equity Advisors, explains how his new fund addresses this problem and lays out an alternative solution for these issuers so they don’t end up regretting their decision to go public in the first place.

Listen to “New Fund Provides Reg.A+ Issuers with an Alternative to the Debt Spiral of Toxic Lenders” on Spreaker.

Everyone’s looking to raise money and get on a major exchange, but what do you do when you get there? A qualified Reg.A+ crowdfunding offering is a great vehicle to become a publicly traded entity on exchanges such as OTC, NASDAQ, and NYSE. However, as you’ll learn by listening to the podcast, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows when you’re going public. And unfortunately toxic lenders know many of these companies face issues with raising money, both short-term and long-term. Until now, issuers had nowhere to turn to in order to get money to keep them afloat and profitable. Mr. Brette’s fund not only writes the check, but also acts as advisors and their financial partner to help with marketing, investor relations, and everything in between to help make sure his clients avoid toxic financing at every step of the way.

After all, if you go public in the wrong fashion, you defeat the purpose of going public in the first place. And you don’t want any part of the debt spiral! That’s why it’s probably wise to contact Mike by phone at 951-236-8473 or by email here for more info on how his new fund can help solve your capital raising issues. In addition, you can visit his website at

You also may be interested in reading his published books: Raising Capital for Your Business (part 2 is in process and should be available soon) and Asset Protection Planning: How to Protect Yourself from Lawsuits


Michael N. Brette, J.D. advises clients on a wide variety of transactional business matters from startup consulting, Equity Crowdfunding, 506(c) private placement, REG A+ offerings, capital formation, going public, arranging capital for publicly traded companies.

Mr. Brette has published two books Asset Protection Planning and Raising Capital For Your Business ( Amazon ). He has appeared on more than 450 TV and radio shows discussing various business and financial topics. He has a Juris Doctor ( law degree ) for 42 years and is listed in Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who in Industry & Finance.

All information provided is for informational purposes only. Mapable USA is not a registered broker-dealer, funding portal, or investment advisor. This information presented on this website/podcast is not intended as legal or investment advice for anyone to make an investment in any particular company and is not intended for any companies to rely on this information to form an opinion to go public or not to go public or to do any type of offering of securities. Any information presented is not an offer or solicitation to purchase or sell any securities or financial products. None of the information on the Mapable USA podcast or website takes into account any individual person’s personal objectives, financial situation, needs, or particular circumstances. You must check with a securities attorney to find out if an offering is for you, or if you are going to be in the business of selling any type of securities, you need to make sure you are following your state and federal legislative law so you do not get into any troubles. Do not use the opinions as stated on this show as any way to form an opinion as what is wrong or right or what could be done for your business or as an investor. Mapable, LLC recommends you obtain your own financial, legal, and taxation advice before making any financial investment decision.

One Comment

  • Tom Woodhaven says:

    This is an absolutely great topic and a real problem. We have fallen victim to great sounding conmen “saviors” who have destroyed our company driving our stock price down to pennies. Unfortunately, we never recovered and was left with severe personal debt as well.