A:

A. regulates public resale of privately placed securities.

B.
regulates private placement of unregistered securities.



C. defines qualified institutional buyers.



D. exempts small issuers from registration requirements.



Correct Answer: A.

"B" and "C" refer to Rule 144A, while "D" refers to Reg A and Reg D.



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