About Gregg Jaclin
Gregg Jaclin is a consultant, based in Princeton, NJ, who focuses on financing, mergers, acquisitions, and securities issues. Over the course of the last 20 years, Gregg has found himself working closely with companies and professionals that are entrepreneurial. His primary focus lies with companies that are going public; initial public offerings (IPOs) and other forms of public equity are of particular interest.
In his experience, Gregg Jaclin has found that a lot of people are not quite sure where to begin when it comes to structuring their fledgling company. There are always questions about whether the new company should be a sole proprietor, limited liability corporation, or incorporated. As an entrepreneur himself, Gregg has found that his experiences, as well as his extensive network of diverse professionals, has proven beneficial for other individuals who are starting or growing their own businesses.
As Gregg Jaclin has a wide array of experience in regards to capital raising transactions where he has represented issuers, investors, and investment banks, he knows exactly how to guide companies and business professionals when they are beginning their companies. Gregg has achieved significant success in these professional endeavors as a consultant. Along with his impressive network, this experience has helped place Gregg as a much sought-after consultant.
Gregg Jaclin received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1992 and followed that with his J.D. from Cardozo School of Law in 1995. After receiving his J.D., Gregg became a partner at Anslow & Jaclin, LLP beginning in 1996 and was with the firm through 2013. Gregg focused his practice in securities involving reverse mergers that focus on domestic United States companies and foreign domiciled or operations based companies. Since 2013, Gregg has been Partner for Securities Practice at Szaferman, Lakind, Blumstein & Blader, P.C. From November of 2012 through October of 2013, Gregg served as the CEO, President, CFO and Secretary of Eastern Acquisition Corp.
Gregg Jaclin has represented issuers in connection with venture capital transactions, shareholder and other equity holder agreements, and various companies in the process of assisting NASD registered brokers and dealers. Through these connections, Gregg has accumulated a large network of relationships within the investment community to help introduce clients to sources of capital. Because he has so much success and experience with such dealings, Gregg Jaclin is a major asset when it comes to aiding his clients with business and financial decisions.
Gregg Jaclin is a consultant that many people turn to when trying to begin their companies whether on their own or with partners. With the connections he has built throughout his career and those that he has represented, he is able to be a guiding light for those with the entrepreneurial spirit. As one of Gregg’s dominant philosophies prioritizes clear communication and honesty, he strives to create strong relationships with all clients, partners, and business representatives with whom he works.
When Gregg Jaclin is not devoting his time to the growth of his clients’ companies, he is a devoted father to his children, Ben and Rachel Jaclin. Family is incredibly important to Gregg, and even though his work keeps him busy, he always makes time for his family. He has coached both of his children on their respective sports teams, as well.
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Jaclin Law Group, P.C.
Jun 2016 – Present
Szaferman, Lakin, Blumstein, and Blader, PC
2013 – 2016
Anslow & Jaclin, LLP
Jan 1996 – Sept 2013
Cardozo School of Law
Juris Doctor 1992 – 1995
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