SEC increases capital raising limits for equity crowdfunding

By Vanessa Malone What the new equity crowdfunding amendments could mean for issuers and investors This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission “SEC” officially amended rules under the Securities Act of 1933 to simplify and improve common securities exemptions companies use to raise capital.  The welcomed updates to capital raising vehicles Regulation A+ (Reg A+), […]Continue Reading

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The SEC amends the accredited investor rule; why it’s an important stepping stone

By Vanessa Malone This week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) made amendments to the “accredited investor” definition, expanding eligibility requirements for investors who want to participate in the private capital markets. The new amendments enable investors to qualify as accredited investors based on defined measures of professional knowledge and experience or certifications, in addition […]Continue Reading

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What is SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce’s safe harbor proposal and the implications surrounding it. By Vanessa Malone In a speech last week, SEC Commissioner Hester Peirce announced a proposal for a three-year “safe harbor” for tokens offerings which would exempt the sale of tokens or cryptocurrencies from certain federal securities law requirements. Token project issuers […]Continue Reading

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