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Category: Title III Crowdfunding

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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 […]
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In order to operate, a crowdfunding service intermediary is required to register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) either as a broker or funding portal. Funding portals are designed to be engaged in managing securities transactions for the accounts of others through an independent crowdfunding website. This article is provided as a compliance guide […]
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Equity-based crowdfunding enables entrepreneurs to access investors who are interested in raising capital for their startup or private businesses. Crowdfunding has evolved to become an accessible multidisciplinary means of raising capital for projects that cannot raise funds through traditional means or are not significant enough to gain the attention of banks and venture capitalists. The […]
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The Securities and Exchanges Commission (“SEC) has agreed to draft rules under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act to allow companies to offer and sell securities through crowdfunding. SEC Chair Mary Jo White stated that the intent of the JOBS Act is to make it easier for start-up companies and small business to obtain […]