The fundamental regulatory framework for securities distribution has been little altered since the adoption of the Securities Act of 1933, despite the tremendous evolution of communication technology and securities markets.

However, today new SEC rules are slated to go into effect that will allow a range of new marketing tools and that are intended to accommodate not only existing technologies but those yet to be developed. Their impact on the offering process is likely to be profound.

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