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KoreConX/iDisclose partnership simplifies disclosure

A new partnership between KoreConX and iDisclose allows companies to save thousands of dollars in legal fees when raising capital. iDisclose allows crowdfunding companies to prepare many legal documents online by filling out an adaptive questionnaire which iDisclose uses to construct the documents. After ...

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StartEngine Capital files with SEC

StartEngine Capital has filed documentation with the Securities and Exchange Commission to register as a Funding Portal under Title III of the JOBS Act. StartEngine Capital is a wholly-owned subsidiary of equity crowdfunding platform StartEngine Crowdfunding. Within days StartEngine will ...

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IMN features Jeremy Glaser on alt-capital sources

Jeremy Glaser is well-suited to comment on the use of alternative capital sources to finance acquisitions, refinancing and development, topics he will be addressing as a panelist at IMN’s Real Estate Opportunity Fund Forum, taking place Jan. 20 to 22 in ...

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2015 real estate crowdfunding recap

A look back on a momentous year in real estate crowdfunding takes its many high and notable points not just from one or two players or headlines, but rather, a whole field of them. There are many contributors — as ...

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The nitty gritty of Title III

Title III Crowdfunding is something completely new for the US securities business. The SEC final rules have made Crowdfunding more attractive by allowing portals five ways to generate revenue. Portals can charge up front fees to issuers, charge commissions to issuers ...

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