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SEC: Investment Adviser Boasted

SEC: Investment Adviser Boasted

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 2016-161 SEC: Investment Adviser Boasted Phony Assets and Track Record, Stole From Client Washington D.C., Aug. 11, 2016 — The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced fraud charges against a San Francisco man and his investment advisory firm accused of pretending to manage millions of dollars in assets and then stealing money from the first client who invested with them based on their misrepresentations. The SEC alleges that Nicholas M. Mitsakos and Matrix Capital Markets, which is a state-registered investment adviser in California, solicited investors in a purported hedge fund while falsely marketing themselves as experienced money managers with a highly successful…

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Avoid blue lights in your rearview mirror – comply with S.E.C. Rules

Avoid blue lights in your rearview mirror – comply with S.E.C. Rules

By Hector Botero  CrowdFundBeat Sr. Contributing  Editor, President & CEO at iCrowdNewswire, LLC It has always been part of the deal. It will become more and more prevalent. It is the law. It is not a good thing it is a great thing. It can be easy and affordable. Don’t comply and look out for the investor that buys one share in your equity crowdfunding campaign, waits for something to go wrong, and sues you for misleading investors and failing to comply with federal U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission disclosure regulations! One more time, this is a great thing. It will make crowdfunding more transparent, positively…

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Congress Writes Letters to SEC

Congress Writes Letters to SEC

By Jonathan Wilson, CrowdFunding Beat, contributing editor and Corporate Counsel at Taylor English Duma LLP. It must be a sign of the times that even Members of Congress feel so much frustration with the pace of the SEC’s efforts to implement legislation that they are forced to write letters to the SEC. On September 23rd, four Democratic Senators (including Senators Levin and Warren) penned this letter to SEC Chair Mary Jo White (September 23, 2014), reminding her that it has been a year since the SEC proposed rules to implement the general solicitation provisions applicable to Regulation D (Rule 506(c)) without making those proposed rules…

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ForbesHow Crowdfunding Can Supercharge Your Campaign In 2016ForbesThey say that there are about 7.45 billion people living in this world right now. Imagine that if you could get each of these seven-and-a-half billion people to contribute one cent to your project, well, you know what I [...]

ForbesHow Crowdfunding Can Supercharge Your Campaign In 2016ForbesCrowdfunding has helped a lot of businesses recently. Want to join the queue? Here's how to raise funds for your projects.and more » [...]

San Antonio CurrentSan Antonio Cat Cafe Launched 20K Crowdfunding CampaignSan Antonio CurrentAs Austin's Blue Cat Cafe turned one (and dealt with some gnarly vandalization), San Antonio's Cat Cafe launched a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign to help open its doors. Casey Steuar [...]

BillboardCrowdfunding for His Life: How GoFundMe Helped Save a Punk Legend's LifeBillboardSo on the advice of a close friend, Julian -- like an increasing number of aging musicians without a lucrative record contract -- turned to crowdfunding, launching a campaign on the No. 1 pl [...]

Minneapolis Star TribuneSEC releases new, relaxed rules on investment crowdfundingMinneapolis Star TribuneNew rules announced this week will make it easier for small companies to raise capital from small-time investors, another step forward for Minnesota's fledgling investment cr [...]

The GuardianCrowdfunding: the new buzzword for academics needing research moneyThe GuardianArchaeologist Dr David Petts, from Durham University, has also used crowdfunding, raising almost £25,000 to fund a project on Lindisfarne, off the Northumberland coast. The dig, in June, led to [...]

How Crowdfunding Has Changed the Startup GameSingularity HubCrowdfunding has become a multi-billion-dollar industry, funneling millions of dollars into thousands of projects. Technology in particular is one of the leading categories on popular fundraising platforms like Kickstarter an [...]

The RecorderFTC Hears From Company Leaders as Crowdfunding GrowsThe RecorderSACRAMENTO — The future of crowdfunding is one of specialization, with an ever-increasing number of firms finding niches in equity, nonprofit and even creative projects silos, industry leaders told a Federal T [...]

Crowdfunding in commercial real estateJournal Record (subscription)jdavidchapman In 1997, a British rock band funded a reunion tour through online donations from its fans. This may have been the first example of a concept now known as crowdfunding. The crowdfunding industry has quickl [...]

Crowdfund InsiderWhen It Comes to Retail Crowdfunding, SAFEty FirstCrowdfund InsiderOn September 22nd, Crowdfund Insider published a post summarizing the arguments presented in our new essay entitled “Crowdfunding and the Not-So-Safe SAFE“ (forthcoming in Virginia Law Review Online). [...]

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