Legion Investor FAQ

What is Legion Capital’s stock symbol?

Our stock is traded on the OTCQX under the symbol LGCP.

Where does Legion Capital stock trade?

Legion Capital is traded publicly on the OTCQX marketplace.

What is the OTCQX?

The OTCQX® Best Market is for established, investor-focused U.S. and international companies. To qualify for the OTCQX market, companies must meet high financial standards, follow best practice corporate governance, demonstrate compliance with U.S. securities laws, be current in their disclosure, and have a professional third-party sponsor introduction. Penny stocks, shells and companies in bankruptcy cannot qualify for OTCQX. The companies found on OTCQX are distinguished by the integrity of their operations and diligence with which they convey their qualifications. (Source: OTC Markets Group, Inc.)

Can I buy Legion stock on the OTCQX?

Yes, you can buy and sell Legion stock on the OTCQX. Most brokerage firms are able to buy and sell in the OTCQX market. Contact your brokerage firm and inquire as to the process.

I bought stock directly from Legion. If I wish to sell some of that stock, what is the process for selling it?

 

 

If you purchased stock directly from Legion, you likely purchased it through one of two ways: (i) through our original Regulation D offering or; (ii) through our Regulation A offering.

 

  • If you purchased your stock through our Regulation A offering, you should be able to directly deposit your stock into any brokerage firm that trades in or makes a market in OTCQX shares. If you do have an existing account with a brokerage firm, contact your firm and inquire as to whether they are able to trade in OTCQX stock. If not, contact our investor relations department and they will provide you with the names of Legion approved brokerage firms who will accept deposit and will execute trades on your behalf. (Please note that some firms will charge review and administrative fees for review and deposit of shares purchased directly from a company.)

 

  • If you purchased your stock through our Regulation D offering, you must deposit your stock with a licensed broker dealer that is able to accept and trade in OTCQX shares. You will be required to fill out account and deposit forms to deposit your Legion shares and you will be required to provide an approved third-party legal opinion as to the tradable nature of the shares. Legion has arranged, and will provide this third-party legal opinion for our Regulation D shareholders at Legion’s cost. If you do have an existing account with a brokerage firm, contact your firm and inquire as to whether they are able to trade in OTCQX stock. If not, contact our investor relations department and they will provide you with the names of Legion approved brokerage firms who will accept deposit and will execute trades on your behalf. (Please note that some firms will charge review and administrative fees for review and deposit of shares purchased directly from a company.)

Can I buy stock directly from Legion Capital?

No, you will need to contact a licensed stock broker or use an online trading account.

How was the initial Legion stock price determined?

Legion became publicly traded through a licensed securities broker-dealer, who filed all necessary paperwork on our behalf with the Financial Regulation Authority (FINRA). This initial price was determined by this broker dealer and was based on the most recent significant private sales of stock by Legion. The initial price, which was in a range between $1.25 and $1.50, was reflective of the fact that most of Legion Regulation A sales were made at a price of $1.25 per share. It is important to note that this initial price was not determined based upon any analysis or opinion as to the market value of the stock, the market value will be determined through public trading in the stock once a market is established and mature.

It is very important to know that the initial trading market for a new, small public company like Legion is very undeveloped and typically very small in terms of amount of stock that trades on a daily basis. For this reason, we advise people not to get caught up on the price of the stock in the first few days, (or even the first few weeks or months) of trading. The price of a new, undeveloped market for a small public stock like Legion can change dramatically with the smallest amount of stock traded.

Our investor relations department and firms will work diligently to try and establish a solid, sustainable public market for Legion, but this will take time and ultimately the price and value of the stock will reflect the performance of the Company in the coming months and years.

How do I change the address on my shareholder account?

Through your brokerage account or by contacting our transfer agent.

Where is Legion Capital located?

301 E. Pine Street
Suite 850
Orlando, FL 32801

When is Legion Capital's fiscal year end?

December 31st

Who is Legion Capital's transfer agent?

ClearTrust, LLC
16540 Pointe Village Drive
Suite 205
Lutz, Florida 33558
813-235-4490
[email protected]
cleartrustonline.com

Who are Legion Capital's independent auditors?

Rosenfield & Company, PLLC
301 E. Pine Street
Suite 975
Orlando, FL 32801

Who is Legion Capital's outside legal counsel?

Frederick M. Lehrer P.A.
2108 Emil Jahna Road
Clermont, FL 34711

Who can I contact for general information regarding Legion Capital?