Are you searching for business crowdfunding opportunities related to equity crowdfunding? Equity crowdfunding for startups has opened up new markets after the passing of the JOBS Act.
Now you do not need to be an accredited investor to participate. Non accredited investors can create a profile and search for companies to invest in.
Equity Raisers is to private companies what E-Trade is for public companies. We are a funding portal regulated by the SEC and FINRA under Title III of the American JOBS Act, also known as Regulation Crowdfunding.
We help companies raise capital from the crowd by offering the tools necessary to create and promote their companies.
We have two customer profiles. One is the entrepreneur looking for funding. The other is the investor looking to invest in private pre-IPO companies.
Since the formation of Reg CF non accredited investors may now invest along side accredited investors in private companies listed on a funding portal.
Investors can now buy securities through crowdfunding via funding portals regulated by FINRA.
“Crowdfunding” generally refers to the use of the Internet by small businesses to raise capital through limited investments from a large number of investors. Under new rules effective May 16, 2016, the general public can invest in capital raising by start-up companies. This advisory is designed to help the public understand the crowdfunding rules and processes so they can make informed decisions about the risks and rewards of investing in these early-stage businesses.
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