Crowdinvesting – The State of The Union
States with Crowdinvesting Exemptions
States with Proposed Crowdinvesting Exemptions
There are several types of crowdfunding campaigns: (charity, debt, equity, and donation and rewards to name a few). The Startup Hour™ will offer rewards and equity campaigns.
This terminology list is not intended to be legal advice, it is intended for general informational purposes and is in alphabetical order.
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The titles of the bill are:
- TITLE I – REOPENING AMERICAN CAPITAL MARKETS TO EMERGING GROWTH COMPANIES
- TITLE II – ACCESS TO CAPITAL FOR JOB CREATORS
- TITLE III – CROWDFUNDING
- TITLE IV – SMALL COMPANY CAPITAL FORMATION
- TITLE V – PRIVATE COMPANY FLEXIBILITY AND GROWTH
- TITLE VI – CAPITAL EXPANSION
- TITLE VII – OUTREACH ON CHANGES TO THE LAW
Titles I, V, and VI of the JOBS Act became effective immediately upon enactment. The SEC approved the lifting of the general solicitation ban on July 10, 2013, paving the way for the adoption of Title II. As of April 2015, Title III is awaiting more detailed rulemaking by the SEC.
“The Securities and Exchange Commission released a rulemaking agenda revealing that it plans to finalize the Title III Equity Crowdfunding rules and the Title IV Regulation A+ rules from the JOBS Act by October 2015.”
NOTE: This page is intended for general informational purposes and is not intended to be legal advice.