Victoria Bantz



Tory Bantz practices business, securities, and tax law. She provides guidance on corporate disclosure to the U.S. investor audience and advises clients on accessing and attracting U.S. investors. She represents foreign private issuers with respect to their U.S. securities needs, such as exempt offerings of debt and equity securities under Regulation A, Regulation S, Rule 506 of Regulation D, Rule 144A and qualifying exchange offers in connection with mergers and acquisitions.

Tory provides guidance on electronic share eligibility with The Depository Trust Company (DTC) and assists companies with making their shares “DTC-eligible.” Tory serves as U.S. counsel to non-U.S. companies with respect to their corporate needs and doing business in the United States. She has an expertise in assisting international and U.S. companies with listings on the premier tiers of the OTC Markets, known as the OTCQB and OTCQX by acting as an attorney advisor.

She also advises U.S. and foreign companies in connection with initial listings on the New York Stock Exchange, NYSE MKT and NASDAQ and the required ongoing SEC compliance. In addition, Tory has a tax background and represents businesses and individuals with their tax planning needs, including representation before the IRS.



J.D., University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado (Tax Certificate) 2004; University of Colorado Law Review, 2002-2004 (Production Editor 2003-2004)
B.A., University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia (English, minor Biology) 1997


Areas of Expertise:

Securities Compliance – U.S. Companies

Securities Compliance – Foreign Private Issuers

DTC Eligibility

U.S. Capital Markets

OTC Securities

Public and Private Financing

Business Law

Tax Law

IRS Representation

Estate Planning