Real Estate Crowdfunding 101

Crowdfunding is becoming increasingly fragmented with different forms ranging from donations through to alternative finance channels, like equity and debt crowdfunding. Press coverage and debate surround the benefits of such modes of finance, but there is a sector in crowdfunding that has gone largely unnoticed: Real Estate Crowdfunding. Earlier this year, crowdfunding researcher, Massolution, released […]

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October 2015 Announcement: Government Response to the Financial System Inquiry puts ECF as a Priority

The Australian Federal Government has accepted all but one financial system review recommendations. The Coalition made an election promise on 25 October 2010 to conduct a thorough examination of Australia’s financial system. This promise was delivered with the final report of the Financial System Inquiry, led by David Murray AO, and publicly released on 7 […]

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The NXT Market – Some More Info

This is another post I put together for the Equitise Blog further explaining New Zealand’s new alternative market. Some more juice on the NXT The recent launch of the nascent NXT market is an exciting addition to New Zealand’s capital markets. It provides a platform for small and medium sized businesses to access the benefits of ‘going […]

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Equity Crowdfunding: What do investors want to see?

The Equity Crowdfunding Document An equity crowdfunding campaign, like any offering of shares to the public requires disclosure. Set out below are some things business owners should think about before they launch the campaign. Usually an equity crowdfunding platform will suggest that you prepare a short form information memorandum (IM), essentially a more comprehensive business […]

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