A U.S. one-hundred dollar bill and Japanese 10,000 yen notes are spread in TokyoTony Zerucha·Alt-Finance·June 2, 2015·1 min read·19 viewsThe Daily Dig for Tuesday, June 2 ShareTweetShareSubmit CEO gives Regulation A+ tips While it is a much welcome step for small businesses seeking capital, Regulation A+ may be a bit complicated. Michael Raneri breaks it down. SEC is asleep at the wheel There are several areas in which the SEC needs to step up its efforts, writes Eleanor Bloxham. Fundrise CEO Ben Miller – real estate crowdfunding “the future of private equity” Ben Miller has been around since real estate crowdfunding’s early days and believes it will play a much bigger role in the coming years. Bill Stoller reports. SEC adopts final Reg A+ rules Regulation A+, now from a legal perspective. Barry Brust and Aaron O’Brien report. Big banks gobbling up $Billions in overdraft fees The three biggest U.S. banks are on pace to suck up $20 in overdraft fees for every American adult, writes Heather Long. Big banks continue to get away with it Despite numerous scandals, big bank executives are not being personally prosecuted and enjoy eight-figure salaries. Frank Vogl reports.See alsoMay 1, 2015Oil off 2015 highs on record Iraq exports, strong dollar Big bank business lending on rise Big bank business lending is set to overtake mortgage lending for the first time since the 80’s. Peter Rudegeair and Ryan Tracy report. How big data helps nimble businesses in the new economy New companies like Uber use information to provide a better product and are getting rich doing so. R.K. Paleru explains. Crowdfunding valuations raise questions Growing interest in crowdfunding is also growing valuations. That raises important concerns, writes Goncalo de Vasconcelos. Like this article? Take a second to support us on Patreon!