Category: Crowdfunding

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On Nov. 2, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) adopted amendments to the exempt offering framework under the Securities Act of 1933. The rules will benefit the investors, emerging companies, and more seasoned issuers by: Simplifying the multilayer exempt offering framework. Promoting capital formation Expanding investment opportunities Preserving investor protections Background: All securities offerings
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Title IV Regulation A+ allows companies to raise up to $50 million per year, a process that many people refer to as “Mini-I.P.O.” Ever since the SEC announced exemptions and leverages in Regulation A+, we have been witnessing new crowdfunding platforms eager to take a plunge in the vast money pile like uncle scrooge. But
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On May 4, 2020, the SEC adopted certain leverages to Regulation Crowdfunding offerings, providing conditional temporary relief for smaller companies on the suggestion given by  members of the SEC’s Small Business Capital Formation Advisory Committee. Under temporary relief, small companies must satisfy certain conditions in addition to the present Reg CF requirements to benefit from
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We developed a comprehensive Equity Crowdfunding Chart Comparison below for all crowdfunding requirements that includes Reg A+ (Tier 1 and Tier 2), Reg D 506 C, and Reg CF. Our chart creates an easy-to-read visual representation of all the different requirements, so you can pick which form of crowdfunding works best for you. Requirements for
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Spotify recently drew attention from a controversial decision to go public without an initial public offering (IPO) in April. Spotify said they wanted to go public this way, through a direct listing or direct public offering (DPO), because the company could provide equal access to both buyers and sellers, while making the entire process more
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One of the common issues that small businesses encounter is the challenge of finding the funds to invest and grow. This is particularly problematic for an entrepreneur or a startup business, that may not be as well-known or may not have built a strong reputation. An equity crowdfunding solution may be the ideal match for your