October 25, 2013 – Grady Thrasher, CEO of Crowdvested, a Georgia-based and Georgia-centric crowdfunding site for real estate will join CrowdFundBeat for an exclusive interview on October 25, 2013 at 5:00 Eastern to discuss the launch of the site.
See the interview here:
From the CrowdVested site:
CrowdVested is a Georgia-based online crowdfunding platform dedicated solely to the Georgia real estate industry. It is an innovative new way for Georgia residents to invest in real estate projects here in our state.
We are investment-focused and passionate about improving Georgia’s communities. Our mission is to connect sponsors of great real estate projects with investors seeking not only a return on their investment but also a shared passion and vision for bettering our local communities.
CrowdVested opens real estate investment up to all Georgians, restoring the input and influence local communities have historically enjoyed while broadening the invetment opportunities available to everyone. No longer are project sponsors limited to seeking funding from distant institutions and the most wealthy in our society. Through our platform, Georgia-based companies can now sell equity shares to both accredited and non-accredited Georgia residents.
Grady is also an attorney with Thrasher Liss & Smith; his bio reads:
Mr. Thrasher represents a diverse client base of publicly and privately held companies and their owners in connection with a wide variety of corporate matters, including corporate formation and organizational issues, the acquisition and disposition of companies and their assets, federal and state securities compliance, corporate governance matters, employee and executive compensation issues, and licensing and distribution issues.
Representative transactions include the acquisition of multiple private companies by a publicly held oil and gas company for cash, debt and equities, “going public” transactions utilizing reverse mergers; the merger of a privately held software technology company into a publicly held disease management company, the merger of two privately-held audio-visual consulting services companies, the sale and merger of a leading privately held plumbing and a/c services company into a publicly held company, the management led buyout and reorganization of a leading event management company and the acquisition and reorganization of a privately held technology consulting company. Mr. Thrasher has spoken to various business groups on corporate governance and securities issues. He edited Legal Power: a Software Executive’s Guide to Key Legal Concepts.
Mercer University School of Law 1995
University of Georgia 1992