"New SEC Rules Work the Crowd for Funds," Corporate Counsel

November 5, 2015

In an article published on November 5, 2015, Jonathan B. Wilson offers his perspective on the new U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) rules that allow companies and startups to access capital from investors who might not have otherwise been included. Mr. Wilson discusses how a growth in crowdfunding could be favorable venture capital. He emphasizes, “Crowdfunding and venture capital investing should not be butting heads…If a company is successful at raising money through crowdfunding, it’s actually a target for venture capital.” The full article is available on the Corporate Counsel website.

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