SEC Democratizes Equity Crowdfunding With JOBS Act Title IV

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The SEC has, after three long years, finally moved on rulings that allow everyday citizens (non-accredited investors) to participate in equity crowdfunding and investment in private startups and small businesses.

The long awaited promise of democratizing investment in startups & small businesses in the U.S. through equity crowdfunding laws is about to be fulfilled. These new rulings come under Title IV of the JOBS Act and will done initially through what are called Regulation A+ investment offerings.

In this post I’ll share a brief history of equity crowdfunding laws including an infographic, details on how the new Title IV / Regulation A+ offerings that include non-accredited investors work, and the impact these changes will bring to the landscape of private investing and fundraising.

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