About Jim Wiegand
Highlights of 24 years experience in public companies and the securities industry:
I took my first business public in an IPO at age 29. The goal was to raise money. After many years of raising money, and then loosing it manufacturing solar collectors, when "Solar Tax Credits" ended, I discontinued operations.
I became a stock broker and introduced my clients to small, often high risk companies. Many were similar in size to the public company I founded. I quickly learned that for shares to perform long term, each public company, whatever its financial performance, must successfully interface with the research, trading and sales functions performed by investment banking firms.
A decade later and somewhat wiser, I "cleaned up" my inactive public company, held a meeting for the 2,200 plus shareholders and ultimately "reverse merged" it with a private high tech venture. The surviving entity, TELEGEN started trading on the NASDAQ Small Cap and is now trading on the OTCBB under the symbol "TEGN". Being public has helped Telegen's founder, Jessica Stevens, raise over $10,000,000 for development of her unique flat panel display, soon entering production. See www.telegen.com
I am not a lawyer, however, I have worked extensively with SEC lawyers to stay within the complex web of securities laws. Please do not rely on this web site for specific legal advice regarding your business and the various state and federal securities laws.
If you control a qualified business, I can discuss strategic planning, and within the limits expressed above, corporate and securities law. If we discover a mutual interest, I can transfer control of a clean shell and through an SEC attorney, facilitate required legal filings and related tasks to initiate public trading in the shares of your business.
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