Hosted by Horizon, the Crowdfunding Professional Association CfPA and Crowdie Advisors 2/23 @ 3:30pm EST

By Vanessa Malone

We are excited to announce an upcoming webinar Tuesday, February 23rd from 3:30 to 4:30pm EST hosted by Horizon, the Crowdfunding Professionals Association “CfPA” and Crowdie Advisors to discuss the state of liquidity in the rapidly growing crowdfunding market. Interested attendees may click here to RSVP.

Join crowdfunding pioneer and Horizon President, Mark Elenowitz; and JOBS Act lawyer and Crowdie Advisors Principal, Maureen L. Murat, Esq., as they discuss progress for the crowdfunding industry, the legislation that has created opportunities and roadblocks, and a revolutionary use case aimed at unlocking liquidity in the market.

Context for the discussion:

Liquidity has long been an obstacle for the equity crowdfunding industry. Billions globally have been invested in crowdfunded securities over the past few years with no clear path towards exit-liquidity. Investors could wait years for a company to be sold, earn enough revenue to buy its shares back, or go public before seeing any type of return.

Fortunately, equity crowdfunding continues to establish itself as an innovative way to raise meaningful capital from customers, supporters and fans. The SEC recently voted to increase capital raising limits for Reg A+ from $50 million to $75 million and Reg CF from $1.07 million to $5 million. While these updates were originally set to go into effect March 15, 2021, the Biden Administration’s Regulatory Freeze may inadvertently delay these new limits.

Despite the potential delay, increased awareness and favorable regulation are pushing innovative solutions to be deployed that address gaps in the growing market. 

Hear insights from our speakers surrounding:

  • The evolution of liquidity in crowdfunding
  • The latest regulatory action; opportunities and roadblocks
  • Considerations for crowdfunding issuers and investors
  • A revolutionary fintech use case aimed at unlocking liquidity


Mark Elenowitz | President of Horizon

President of Horizon Fintex (Horizon) is a Wall Street veteran with over 29 years of experience. Mark was the co-founder of a U.S. broker dealer and is Managing Director of two U.S. broker dealers, responsible for advising clients on compliance, capital structure and capital market navigation. He was responsible for leading the first successful Reg A+ IPO of a company to list on the NYSE and others which listed directly onto NASDAQ. He is a noted speaker at Small Cap and Reg A events, including the SEC Small Business Forum and has been profiled in BusinessWeek and CNBC, as well as several other publications. Mark is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Business and Management with a BS in Finance and holds Series 24, 62, 63, 79, 82 and 99 licenses.

Dr. Maureen Murat| Principal at Crowdie Advisors

Maureen L. Murat is an attorney and principal of Crowdie Advisors, LLC, a business consulting firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and small businesses with strategy, planning and problem-solving services when considering equity crowdfunding to raise capital. Maureen is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce School of Law, where she teaches Intro to Blockchain and the Law; Tokenomics and Cryptocurrency Regulations; and Smart Cities, Smart Government. She is also a member of the Education Committee of the Crowdfunding Professional Association, a non-profit organization that focuses on growing the crowdfunding community globally.

Horizon, the CfPA, and Crowdie Advisors look forward to fostering a meaningful discussion. This is a free webinar for issuers, investors, and financial services firms in the crowdfunding industry.

RSVP today:

About Horizon

Horizon is a fintech company that builds and powers global securities exchanges with an integrated suite of software for compliant issuance, management, and secondary trading of securities. Our in-house solutions combine Wall Street and Silicon Valley to power the next generation of securities offerings and trading in the U.S. and globally. Learn more at

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