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"The new Reg A rules really do provide a decent amount of flexibility, for the younger, entrepreneurial companies that aren't looking to do a $2 billion IPO." – John Hughes , Marcum LLP, on RegA+ rules. Reg A+ raises are getting
"It's not worth it just to be one of the first, we need to do it right." - Brian Bourgerie, Daplie's Chief Operations Officer on Daplie In this episode of the podcast, Daplie's Co-Founder and CEO, Bryson Hill, and Vice President Brian
"So, the cool thing about the U.S. is that we're actually seeing the regulations being used, and we're seeing money being raised, and it's only five months in. Perhaps people were expecting more, but actually the start that the U.S.
"We don't give legal advice. We never have. But yet, we kind of distill [for the client], 'This is likely not going to work,' or, 'This has a high probability of working based on other clients and some of our
In this episode we sit down for part two of our interview with Dr. Richard Swart to discuss the United States regulatory environment and its impact on crowd funding and innovation. Swart highlights Galvin’s Case vs. the SEC, relatively flat growth of Title II, accredited investor’s friction to invest, and the surprising activity in real estate. He lays out a case for what should and could be done to stimulate more economic and crowd funding growth, in the JOBS Act 2.0 by congress person McHenry, and the need for action by legislators in the very near future to attain those goals.