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iDisclose Launches a Free “SEC Scrubber” Tool for Crowdfunding Issuers

iDisclose Announces Free Online Tool to Conform Documents to SEC Acceptable Format NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – August 17, 2016) – iDisclose announced today that it is offering a free online service to help issuers and their counsel submit the required crowdfunding documents to the Securities and Exchange Commission. iDisclose CEO Georgia Quinn explained that “we have noticed a lot of people are having trouble uploading the required documents to the SEC’s online system known as EDGAR. This is due to the finicky nature of the system and somewhat archaic technology it uses. Several issuers’ uploads were getting bounced and the error messages were indecipherable.” Many…

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Evaluating Crowdfunding’s Potential for Investing Platforms

By Rachael Everly @RachaelEverly Crowdfund Beat Guest Post, Crowdfunding is now being viewed as a financial innovation for entrepreneurial projects or other investment prospects. The true success stories can be examined from the Silicon Valley projects as many entrepreneurs made their start-up plans into successful businesses. The initiative created focus for entrepreneurs and the tech ecosystems which ignited the drive for innovation and sustainability. There are a number of factors which lead to Crowdfunding such as lack of mobile/web infrastructure, high cost for the implementation of high end technology, developmental costs and restrictive financial regulations. For most students who become entrepreneurs after graduation, it is more challenging…

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Fix Crowdfunding Bill Pass House

Crowdfund Beat News Wire, The Fix Crowdfunding Act (H.R. 4855) passed the  House of Representatives by a vote of 394 to 4. It doesn’t look much like the original bill we reported on here. As passed by the House, the bill allows special purpose vehicles, called “crowdfunding vehicles” to engage in crowdfunding, and to make investments in a crowdfunding issuer, subject to significant limitations. It also makes the Exchange Act registration exemption for crowdfunded issuers unconditional if the issuer has a public float of less than $75 million. The Supporting America’s Innovators Act of 2016 (H.R. 4854) creates an exemption from the Investment Company Act…

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iDisclose Teams up With New Regulation Crowdfunding Funding Portals

The Solution Eases the Burden and Helps Entrepreneurs Create and File Their Own Form C Securities Disclosure With the SEC, Which Is Mandated Under the Agency’s New Crowdfunding Rules               NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – May 13, 2016) – iDisclose, announced today that several of the leading new Title III Crowdfunding funding portals at various stages in the SEC and FINRA approval process will be using iDisclose either on an exclusive basis or as a tool they can offer to assist issuers on their portals. Funding portals committed to compliance are choosing iDisclose as a low cost high quality legal…

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Crowdfunding USA Roundtable Discussion

How To Operate A Title II Portal And A Title III Portal On The Same Platform

By Mark Roderick , CrowdFund Beat   Sr. Guest  Contributor, @CrowdfundAttny. Most Title II and Title IV portals will also want to operate Title III portals, and vice versa. Can they do it? The Title III regulations issued by the SEC appear to contemplate that a Title III portal – a “funding portal” – will do more than operate a Title III portal. For example, 17 CFR §227.401 provides that “A funding portal. . . .is exempt from the broker registration requirements of section 15(a)(1) of the Exchange Actin connection with its activities as a funding portal.” If a Title III portal couldn’t do anything else, that extra language at…

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What does it really take to raise capital in the disruptive crowdfunding sector?

What does it really take to raise capital in the disruptive crowdfunding sector?

By Oscar A Jofre Jr. President/CEO, Fintech, Regulated Crowdfunding, Capital Markets,  CrowdFund Beat Guest Post, All Hands On Deck All too often, the responsibility of a company raising capital is left in the hands of a few people…and that weighs on them, affecting everyone. The majority of the team is left out of the process, carrying on day to day operations without input into where the company is going, and how it’ll get there. Prior to the advent and adoption of equity crowdfunding, some companies going through capital raises would hire a professional to do it for them as they are busy running the company. But…

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Report: Global Crowdfunding Market 2016-2020

Report: Global Crowdfunding Market 2016-2020

CrowdFundBeat Data Center : About Crowdfunding Crowdfunding refers to a practice of generating capital investments or funds for a project, cause, or enterprise by acquiring funds from many individuals. Crowdfunding is adopted when an idea that has the potential to create jobs and generate revenue needs financial support to become a reality. The analysts forecast the global crowdfunding market to grow at a CAGR of 26.87% during the period 2016-2020. Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global crowdfunding market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated through crowdfunding campaigns.…

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SEC Regulation A+ – A Primer & FAQ

CrowdFundBeat Data Center, Reg A+ FAQ Regulation A+ – A Primer The following Q & A is intended to provide basic information about the new Regulation A+. Please bear in mind that this information is general in nature, and covers a highly technical area.  So it should be construed as legal or financial advice. Who is Eligible to Use Regulation A+? Any U.S. or Canadian company that has not been a publicly reporting public immediately prior to filing with the SEC is eligible to take advantage of Regulation A+. How Much Can a Company Raise? Any amount up to $50 Million in a 12-month period…

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[document] Final Title III Equity Crowdfunding Rules the SEC approved

[document] Final Title III Equity Crowdfunding Rules the SEC approved

By Alixe Cormick , special to CrowdFundBeat , Lawyer, Venture Law Corporation Attached are the actual final Title III Equity Crowdfunding Rules the SEC approved today.  The portal rules become effective January 29, 2016.  The other rules needed to conduct an actual transaction do not become effective until 180 days (6 months) after they are published in the US Federal Register. The SEC today also proposed amendments to Rule 147 and Rule 504.  The changes would facilitate intrastate crowdfunding and regional crowdfunding efforts. Rule 504 is also available to non-US resident companies that comply with the rule requirements. The DERA report released concurrently today reports on the US…

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Marketplace Lending Growth Hinges on Data and Analytics Capabilities

Marketplace Lending Growth Hinges on Data and Analytics Capabilities

By Richard Kelly,   NewOak Managing Director, CrowdFundBeat Guest post Last week, the Structured Finance Industry Group presented a panel discussion on marketplace lending in New York. The panel included representatives of marketplace platforms (including Lending Club, the market leader), an institutional purchaser (a fund), a rating agency and a lawyer specializing in the area. Here are a few key takeaways:   1. The sector is growing, both in loan volume and the number of new platforms, but: a. this growth has put pressure on both rates and underwriting standards b. proliferation of platforms will lead to shake-out and consolidation 2. The basic product remains the three- to…

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FinTech Data: 106 People in FinTech Said…

FinTech Data: 106 People in FinTech Said…

By Amilcar Chavarria , CrowdfundBeat Sr. Guest Editor , FinTech Entrepreneur  CEO fundpaas, In collaboration with Wharton San Francisco and the Wharton FinTech Club (1st of its kind), I’ve been privileged to organize a “FinTech Executive Speaker Series & Networking Event” later this month which will feature, among other major FinTech players, the likes of Ron Suber (President of Prosper), Al Chang (CTO of Xignite), Ryan Caldbeck (CEO of CircleUp) and Steve McLaughlin (WG ’95, CEO of Financial Technology Partners and BlackRock’s exclusive advisor in the acquisition of Future Advisor). To no surprise, the event sold out in about a week after we announced it but there will be more coming…

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HEADLINE NEWS

Forbes6th Annual Global Crowdfunding Convention Sponsored By ForbesBooksForbesIn 2012, crowdfunding raised $1.7 billion in capital – but last year, total capital raised using crowdfunding reached over $60 billion. This represents a seismic shift in the way that startups, non-profits, [...]

Forbes5 Crowdfunded Side Projects That Became Million-dollar CompaniesForbesCrowdfunding has also given many side projects a fighting chance, when no one else would. Many startups that originally launched on crowdfunding platforms have gone on to build $100 million businesses from the [...]

Will Crowdfunding Become a Big Deal in India?Knowledge@WhartonCrowdfunding — the practice of raising small amounts of capital from a large number of people to fund new ventures — is finally gaining traction in India. The question is: Will it deliver like it has in other markets? India [...]

EJ InsightHK needs crowdfunding-friendly regulatory regimeEJ InsightIn recent years, crowdfunding via the internet has taken the world financial market by storm, providing a platform for any startup with a business idea to pitch in front of a global audience of investors. And in the f [...]

MyAJC (blog)Crowdfunding site urges Georgians to run for Congress | Political ...MyAJC (blog)WASHINGTON -- New billboards popping up in greater Atlanta and Northwest Georgia this week will have a different sort of message than the typical plugs for ...and more » [...]

Now City Governments Are Crowdfunding, Too - CityLabCityLabAround the country, local governments are soliciting donations for everything from dog parks to public defenders. Is this a practical response to budget cuts or a ...and more » [...]

Some Dreamers turn to crowdfunding to pay for DACA renewalMarketplace.orgWhile the ultimate fate of DACA recipients remains unclear, thousands of young people are now rushing to renew their applications before the deadline in early October. However, the cost is $495, which may be reac [...]

Chronicle TelegramCrowdfunding account set up for business damaged in Wellington ...Chronicle TelegramMultiple fire departments battle a blaze early Sunday morning at the old birdseed factory on Depot Street in Wellington. PHOTO COURTESY MICHAEL ...and more » [...]

Model DHamtramck performance space and bar turns to crowdfunding for key renovationsModel DPlanet Ant and MEDC have launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise money to help finish and repair Planet Ant Hall. Should the crowdfunding campaign successfully raise $35,000 by Nov. 1, the MED [...]

The VergeCrowdfunding companies look to Alibaba for their next big ideaThe VergeA company called Frank wants its backers to feel good about buying into its crowdfunding campaign for a new Android phone. Its Indiegogo page is filled with videos emphasizing that the young team at Frank [...]

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