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Federal Crowdfunding Offerings in the US
Friday, October 14th, 2016

Thomson Reuter’s Practical Law division published an article that provides a comprehensive review of the 60 crowdfunding offerings that were filed within the first two months of Regulation Crowdfunding becoming effective on May 16, 2016. This publication contains highlights and a more detailed analysis of a nascent, but promising sector. Companies that have launched crowdfunding… Read more…

Global Trends in Digital Finance Portals
Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

US/UK/EU More established markets like the US, UK and Europe have followed a similar evolution. Due to more transparent regulations, it has allowed players to enter the market and try new models. Asia The most active involvement in digital finance (outside of mainland China) may be South East Asia. Malaysia in particular has been actively… Read more…

Liquidity, Aggregators and the Secondary Market
Thursday, August 18th, 2016

The adoption of equity and debt crowdfunding has left most if not all policy makers and regulatory bodies challenged to find the right framework to properly regulate the array of platforms launching into the market. These platforms have given accredited and retail investors alike access to alternative investments they would not otherwise have. One area… Read more…

What the SEC Can Learn from Intrastate Crowdfunding
Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

Two years have almost passed since the SEC was supposed to put in place a set of crowdfunding rules as indicated by the JOBS Act which was signed earlier in 2012. The US Congress, in fact, had put December 2012 as a deadline for the SEC to approve and release crowdfunding rules. Since then, the… Read more…

Foreign Private Issuers Raising Funds in US
Thursday, March 27th, 2014

The depth and breadth of the equity and debt capital markets in the United States has been a key driver of the country’s economic success. By making capital available to companies of all sizes, from start-ups in Silicon Valley to blue chips on Wall Street, the U.S. system has helped fuel innovation and often given… Read more…