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In The Crowdfunding Gold Rush, This Company Has A Rare Edge

In The Crowdfunding Gold Rush, This Company Has A Rare Edge

Playing armchair venture capitalist has never been easier. For investors registered with Microventures, an eight-person crowdfunding outfit based in San Francisco, opportunities to invest in young tech startups arrive via e-mail. A link takes you to an eight-page summary of each company, laying out management bios, market size, competition and financials. You can also sign up for a webinar with the startup’s CEO. Or call up a MicroVentures broker who can speak for the company and relay questions to the founders. If you’re ready to commit, type in the amount…

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For broker/dealers crowdfunding presents new opportunity

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While start-up owners eagerly await the Securities and Exchange Commission’s regulations for crowdfunding, a handful of broker/dealers are racing to be the first to capi­tal­ize on the phenomenon. An exemption in the Securities Act allows start-ups to conduct a version of crowdfunding today, as long it’s through broker/dealers — companies who buy or sell securities for themselves or customers and who are registered with the SEC. These intermediaries can issue securities to an unlimited number of accredited investors (typically, individuals with a net worth of more than$1 million, or whose…

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