Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, Finance and Securities Regulation

Rule Rule 441-049-1061
Federal Crowdfunding Offerings


(1) An issuer that offers and sells securities in Oregon in an offering exempt under federal Regulation Crowdfunding adopted pursuant to section 18(b)(4)(C) of the Securities Act of 1933, and that either has its principal place of business in Oregon or sells 50% or greater of the aggregate amount of the offering to residents of Oregon, shall file the following with the Director:
(a) A completed Uniform Notice of Federal Crowdfunding Offering form or copies of all documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission; and
(b) The filing fee as set out in 441-049-1001 (Fees for Federal Covered Securities Notice Filings).
(2) If the issuer has its principal place of business in Oregon, the filing required under subsection (1) shall be filed with the Director when the issuer makes its initial Form C filing concerning the offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission. If the issuer does not have its principal place of business in this state but residents of Oregon have purchased 50% or greater of the aggregate amount of the offering, the filing required under paragraph (1) shall be filed when the issuer becomes aware that such purchases have met this threshold and in no event later than thirty (30) days from the date of completion of the offering.
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