Tag Archives: Reg CF

Reg CF (Crowdfunding) Update

CrowdfundInsider.com shared a post this week celebrating Reg CF’s 3rd anniversary. In the post, the highlight the ups and downs of Reg CF over the last 3 years and summarize where we are today. Reg CF, the smallest crowdfunding exemption, allows an issuer to raise up to $1.07 million in a highly regulated environment. Issuers must use FINRA approved “Funding

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SEC Provides Temporary Relief for Issuers Using Reg CF & Reg A+ Impacted by Hurricane Michael

According to CrowdFundInsider.com, the SEC has issued temporary rules for companies impacted by Hurricane Michael that issued securities under Regulation Crowdfunding and Regulation A. The “Interim final temporary rule” issued by the SEC on October 16th, provides that an issuer subject to the reporting requirements of either Regulation Crowdfunding or Regulation A is exempt from any requirement to file specified reports or

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Company Acquired for over $400 million in One of The Largest Crowdfund Exits Ever

Last week, Continental AG acquired Argus Cyber Security for a reported $430 million. Argus is an automotive cyber security pioneer, helping car manufacturers, their Tier 1 suppliers and aftermarket connectivity providers protect connected cars and commercial vehicles from car-hacking. Argus raised $838,148 on crowdfunding platform OurCrowd in September of 2015 alongside co-investors Allianz, Samsung Ventures, and Magma Venture Partners. Recently, Argus raised a

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4 Ways to Boost Investor Interest in Your Reg A+ Crowdfunding Offering

A recent post on Crowdund Insider shared four ways issuers can boost investor interest in their Reg A+ offerings. The post discusses how Blaine McLaughlin, Chief Operating Officer of VIA Folio, believes issuers leveraging Reg A+ to crowdfund their business “should think differently about generating investor interest if they are to achieve their fundraising goals.” 4 Ways to Boost Investor

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US Treasury Report Outlines Ways to Boost Capital Markets

A new report from The US Department of Treasury looks at ways ways the government may streamline and reduce burdens of capital markets regulation. Some ways the Treasury believes lawmakers can boost the capital markets include; – State securities regulators update their regulations to exempt secondary trading of Tier 2 securities from Blue Sky rules or alternatively the SEC preempts

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