OTC.BB Exchange

The Over The Counter Bulletin Board Exchange (OTC.BB) is a regulated exchange  that displays real-time quotes, last-sale prices, and volume information in over-the-counter (OTC) equity securities. The OTC.BB is considered the "credible" small cap exchange in the country as unlike the "Pink Sheet Exchange" all OTC.BB companies must report to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (www.sec.gov). Many companies  that trade on the OTC.BB Exchange are worth billions of dollars.

As more and more pink sheet listed companies are finding it difficult to raise capital on the mostly un-regulated "pink sheet exchange" they look to move up to the "OTC.BB Exchange" where they are looked upon with far more credibility.

In our years of experience it is generally harder and takes more time to move a company from the pink sheet exchange to the OTC.BB Exchange then it is to just simply list a private company from scratch on the OTC.BB Exchange. We are always asked why that could be when a company already has a listing on the pink sheets? The pink sheet exchange listed company has to go through the exact same filings with the SEC to have reporting status as a private company but the private company has no trading history to review which generally adds weeks if not months to the filing process.
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